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    Default Jong Kim

    Hello, this is my first post on ZBrush Central.



    Concept art by Dean Holdeen

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    Another Dean Holdeen fan, eh? Great execution!

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    nice work...man
    http://madheadart.blogspot.com/

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    Awesome!
    What a first post!
    Happy ZBrushing! Greetings, Dominiek D.R.



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    Great work!

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    Amazing detail !!

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    Thank you guys! I will update my breakdown ASAP.

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    It looks super cool Kim ! Congrats

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    Breakdown


    1. 3D sketch in ZBrush
    I made a rough character using ZBrush. I defined shape and position of detail on my character. You can imagine your final work through this process.



    2. Base modeling in Maya.
    I use Maya to create for very clean and sharp geometry on my 3d sketch from ZBrush then I do UV mapping.




    3. Sculpting and adding detail in ZBrush
    I sculpted detail using Surface Noise in ZBrush.
    If you need patterns, There are a lot of free patterns.
    http://all-free-download.com/free-ve...ic_267562.html




    4. Rendering
    I used BPR render with various materials. The final image was composited in Photoshop.

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    Here are some more images from my work.




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    this is awesome dude... and thx for sharing breakdown !!!!

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    Awesome. Hope this hits the Top Row.
    Francis-Xavier Martins
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    Top row imo. Did you manually make all the scratches and patterns on the character?

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    I sculpted scratches separately like large, medium and small.
    I usually sculpt large scratches manually then I use Surface Noise for medium and small.
    I import different textures for different type and size of scratches in Surface Noise.When I finish medium scratches, I do Apply To Mesh and move to small part.


    My work has been selected by 3d artist magazine team for issue 63 which is out on 8 January 2014.
    http://cghub.com/images/view/740541/

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