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    Thumbs up Red Monster Project (New Movie added August 7th 2005 )

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    Longtime!
    I got the idea to painting same model like "Qee".
    And I told it to people of our community.
    They painted it each. It is named "Red Monster Project"
    http://zbjapan.com/cgi-bin/cyclamen.cgi
    thread1
    http://zbjapan.com/cgi-bin/cyclamen.cgi?tree=s3271#3271
    thread2
    http://zbjapan.com/cgi-bin/cyclamen.cgi?tree=s3353#3353

    You can download white ZBTool. "redmonster2048.zip"
    It include 2048*2048 texture image.
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    I always like your style, mr. Yoshii , thanks for the tool

    Waiting more

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    Cool What a collection!


    Pilou

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    You ARE my Hero!
    Any time I need inspiration or cheering up I look at your site!
    Many thanks and keep up the good work!

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    funnie work.. and also your site..

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    Superb, nice, funny, original...
    I love it..
    Very nice designs....
    Great work!
    S├ębastien Legrain A.K.A Sebcesoir

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    Yeahh!!! Thx pixologic, it's damn cool to have Zbrush caps!

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    Hi Yoshii,

    Great Work, I have seen this on the ZBJapan site.
    I love your style. Maybe you can explain how you get this sharp
    textures on your models.

    Thanks

    Ralf Stumpf

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    Awesome style, love the texturing its so colorful.
    Keep it up

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    Pilou
    Wow!! That's mysterious material!

    ilusiondigital
    Nice! He is smiling! He has two faces!!

    stumpf
    I love your style, too. Thanks.

    Squeakypics, pinkarman, Sebcesoir, Mr micro26
    Thanks!

    I want to see more images.

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    great stuff yoshii! although I'll personally always prefer the 2d stuff you did using fractal design painter back in the old days, this is really great! proves that cool artistic design beats details any day!

    which way to Frobozz?

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    Hiroshi, we need a tutorial ( i want to paint textures like you)

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    Painting high quality textures using Projection Master is simply a matter of keeping in mind the size of what you're painting on the canvas relative to the size that it will be on the texture itself. In other words, you want to keep a 1-to-1 ratio between canvas pixols and texture pixels.

    If you keep that in mind while you work, you will be able to paint very high quality details with very little effort.

    I've given a detailed explanation of this concept here.

    And of course, practice is key. The more you work with this mindset, the more it will become second nature to you. You'll quickly develop a feel for how large the model should be on the canvas based upon how large the texture is that the details will be projected onto.

    Also, don't be afraid to clone the texture (Texture>Clone) before you use Projection Master on it. That way, if you find that you got the ratio wrong or you just don't like what you did, you can switch back to an earlier version of the texture.

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