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    Thanks alot!
    I will give it a try to explain how I did that part. With some screengrabs : )

    -Build low poly



    -Unwrap and adjust uv with UV Master



    -Subdivide to get enough polys



    -Import and apply hi-res Texture Map(created based on UVs)





    -Mask By Color(Intensity)



    -Subtool extract(Double)



    -Dynamesh main part and merge down with extraction as subtraction and then Re-dynamesh



    -And finally some Polish by groups to clean it up some.

    I hope that answers Your question : )

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    Thank you for that very detailed explanation.
    The spirit of cooperation and sharing on this board is really a gift for those of us trying to learn this complex program

    thank you again for your time.
    Bob

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    Great work!

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    Thanks for the explanation! I just bought ZBrush a few days ago and the last time I even used it was in 2008 (Academic Version). A lot has changed! I am a 3DS kind of guy also but now that I own this flat out, it looks like I have some catching up to do. You have obviously mastered some very useful techniques, thanks again for sharing.
    Jesse

    BTW was this rendered in keyshot?
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    Thank you all And yes, it was rendered in Keyshot.

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    Hello all, I finally got around to do a personal project. Modeled in Zbrush and rendered with Keyshot.












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    Top Row sir!

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    Figh class to you sir. Setting interior design rendering bar even further up there.

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    Thanks alot, I am glad you liked it : )

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    Excellent work, well done.

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    Thank you : )

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    Beautiful light and textures; thanks for sharing.

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    Very nice; thanks for sharing! I greatly enjoyed the title of the book; gonna have to see if I can pick up a copy

    -Joseph

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    Thanks for all the nice comments, much appreciated : )

    @Piggyson If I ever get around to write it I will send you a free copy ; )

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    ahah!! I didn't even notice the title of the book
    BTW, we shared your work on social medias yesterday You should more works like that, it's very good!
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