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    Default My first ZBrush work "Dinosaur:Triceratops"

    Hi everyone.
    This is my first work with ZBrush. I've wanted to make really detailed dinosaur. And I met ZBrush!. This is really cool and useful software. I've modeled "Dromaeosaurus" before, but I could not add enough details to my model at that time. (As for dromaeosaurus, would you see the following URL?)
    http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthread.php?t=255026

    I used ZBrush for the displacement and color, bump and the other maps and Animation Master for basic modeling, Lightwave3D for rendering.
    Hope you like it.

    Anyways, thank you very much Ryan Kingslien and Jaime Labelle for inviting me to ZBrush world.



    I added displacement like these.




    Thanks,

    Shozo

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    Brilliant !!

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    Thank you, Craig Ward
    I want to improve my skill of ZBrush and want to make more creatures(including dinosaurs).

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    If you want detail you are using the right program
    The skintones blend in well with the rest of the scene,but he looks very "dry" almost like wood, and i had a hard time finding his eye, its very small,...but your a dino-expert, so it must be the right size !
    For a first Zmodel it looks fantastic...

    jantim

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    oooh...Nice yo!
    Great first work!
    Keep at it!
    Zbrush is my new drugs!
    *need my fix*need my fix
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    Freedom...thats what drives a 2d/3d Artist.

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    Thank you for you reply, jantim and Artmarqy.

    If you want detail you are using the right program
    Yeah, ZBrush is very nice software in order to add many details.
    The skintones blend in well with the rest of the scene,but he looks very "dry" almost like wood, and i had a hard time finding his eye, its very small,...but your a dino-expert, so it must be the right size !
    I wanted the model to be "wet" surface but it not seems like that... I modified specularity level and reflectance level of the surface several times and I used each texture maps to modify those but now, it is a little bit difficult for me for now. So I've got to reserch more about it.

    As for the eye, many dinosaur freaks have their opinions but this is mine. I like small eyes for "big" dinosaurs, because small eyes makes dinosaurs seem bigger I think.

    oooh...Nice yo!
    Great first work!
    Keep at it!
    Thanks. There are a lot of things to learn about ZBrush, but I want to keep studying it.

    Thank you,

    Shozo

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