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    Default Iron Mann Mark4 LM


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    Default Great work

    I love Iron Man in this style.

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    Default Glowy Bits

    Are the glowy bits a material or a render setting in ZB? Any chance you can share some tips on how you accomplished it?

    I love the comic style, looks awesome!

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    Are the glowy bits a material or a render setting in ZB? Any chance you can share some tips on how you accomplished it?
    Render is made at Softimage/Arnold Renderer.

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    Are the glowy bits a material or a render setting in ZB? Any chance you can share some tips on how you accomplished it?


    Render is made at Softimage/Arnold Renderer.
    Oh okay. Thanks for the reply If only ZB could add in better glow materials

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    Colorized glow in materials, modifiers available. Needs Best render to show up, not BPR.

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    I knew that much, but it just doesn't look as good as something like you produced

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    Forgot to say looks nice, shiny.
    Older thread with pic but settings are not shown. ZBrush, period. But that's all by itself rather than applied to a shiny model as adornments etc.
    Another apple/orange debate. All renderers are not created equally. A skilled craftsman is a craftsman, a craftsman is not necessarily a skilled craftsman.
    http://www.zbrushcentral.com/showthr...itting-mateial

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    Thanks for all the tips I am by no means a skilled craftsmen yet.. I consider myself still an apprentice.. Or lower, haha.

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    I love the toony style

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