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    DragonScale Preset - big dump

    Hi i lately posted nothing @ all anytime .
    this was because i am working as a Actionscript Developer aswell .

    I got me Lightwave v9.2 and zBrush 3.0 for experimenting because
    there are some clients who want some big papervision stuff
    i need to check out uv stuff in a professional package.

    So for fun i am working on a papervisiondemo in freetime .

    DragonScale Preset - big dump

    i startet to took the dragon i already got changed it to a cleanQuad Lightwavemesh and startet trying out some zBrush dragonScale Presets
    i arranged before in Fireworks .




    some custom DragonScale Presets i used :

    DragonScale Preset - big dump

    big version download :

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v6...777/hand_2.jpg

    DragonScale Preset - big dump

    big version download :

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v6...clcolgrade.jpg

    DragonScale Preset - big dump

    big version :

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v6...skin1alpha.jpg

    maybee we could end up with a big Library of DragonScales ?

    would be cool
    Last edited by matesch; November 10th, 2007 at 07:44 PM.


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    what the?!
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    "it's much easier to scale up from simplicity than to scale back from complexity"

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    Hi NoShadowmaster

    do you think the Result is pretty impressive for just a few scales ?

    i do

    Are you not so into Lightwave NoShadow Master ? i always liked it since i learnes it @
    Internship in a company in Munich
    Last edited by matesch; November 9th, 2007 at 11:48 AM.

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    are you german? have you heard of a design school called schwebesha?
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    "it's much easier to scale up from simplicity than to scale back from complexity"

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    Lol man. You plan to pay some guy you don't know in person 3000 bucks so he develops a 3d mouse plugin for Lightwave? Then you want to buy a 3d mouse for another 350 bucks....oh, and the c developer team woks for free of course.....but maya is over-priced in your eyes

    sorry but I don't really get it

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    yeah i would if i had the money ,
    no i think maya is cool but to expensive for me so i stick to Lightwave.
    So you can afford Maya upfront if you want to start business ?

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