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    Default New Nefertiti (WIP)

    My English very bad, I use the electronic translator.
    Advise please, as I can make a texture in z-brush. Please the link to a lesson (or another)

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    Nik I am not sure what you are getting at but I can tell you I like the highly stylized build of the head. This character gonna have character

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    I did not want to copy the Egyptian tsarina. The character was thought up by me (look a sketch). The name (Nefertiti) because of a long neck

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    hi

    check out the zclassroom link in my signature below.....from there you can click a link called Artist in Action and watch a couple movies showing folks texturing. Kris Kosta (Antropus) is a good one to learn from.

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    Thnks
    I to save the internet traffic, but probably I shall take advantage of your reference
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    I want to find out opinion of artists on this work and to hear advice

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    The first thing I recommend is launching ZBrush, drawing a 3D object on the canvas, and then pressing the Projection Master button on the top shelf. This will open the Projection Master panel, which has a ? button in the lower right corner. Click that to be taken to Projection Master's texturing tutorials.

    Commonly asked questions about texturing in ZBrush are answerd here

    Finally, you may want to read my texturing tutorials: Part 1 and Part 2.

    ZBC has a LOT of information on this subject, but the information above will get you well on your way.

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    I have added bump on lips and the face and wrinkles on a forehead.
    Probably I shall finish work above this model, for achievement of realness stir problems in the beginning of work (for example not correct modelling of eyes). Probably I shall leave this model in the form of such virtual sculpture
    Or experts will advise something another?
    Thanks for participation. Now I download lessons on texturing of ***1057;osta.
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    Very good.

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