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    Hey everyone,

    I would like to share with you some models I finished recently. It is Komodo Dragon, Chameleon and Labrador. I have allways been big fan of these creatures so I thought it would be cool to model them. And of course another reason was to have some fan and learn something along the way.


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    Martin

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    Ou sorry, I forgot to include the Labrador Adam

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    Surprised there are no comments, that's some nice stuff you got there. I especially like the komodo dragon(?)

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    Great work, congratulations.

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    Thumbs up

    I'm impressed, excellent work, I really like it
    Regards Kecaj

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    the sculpted labrador is awesome! such a lively feel the sculpt has.
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    how cute

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    I like all of them.

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    many thanks guys for your comments

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    Came for the dog, stayed for the lizards -- my god, how did you do those scales?!

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    Hi, it was not that bad actually. I sculpted model without scales and details. Then I "converted" (levels, filters, hand painting) the color map into cavity maps. Then I used the cavity maps in Zbrush as a mask for sculpting...I hope it make sense. I try to upload some pictures when I'm on my desk.
    Cheers

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    looking forward to the breakdown!
    really great work on the scales!

    edit: if you add a thumbnail to your post when you post images more people will see your stuff
    you can find the option in the 'Additional options' under 'Create and Update Your Thumbnail'
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    these are beautiful studies. looking forward for more from you.

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    really beautiful work Bud! keep it up!

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    I am a beginner. I accidently changed the default lighting position, and I couldn'd find any settings that can restore to default positon. Could you pls tell me how to change to default lighting position? Thanks a lot.

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