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    Smellybug wrinkle texture tutorial....

    Hey you guys!
    I've gotten a bunch of emails recently asking about how to do rough skin texture, like on a dinosaur or big reptile or whatever...
    So I whipped this up quickly to give you an idea of my basic approach. It's in photoshop as opposed to actual photos, mainly because I could do this a lot quicker and get it out there. But it should give some people a place to start experimenting. Thanks for looking.





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    score... my first semester in sculpture and if i can bust this out on a maquette i may make my teacher shit his pants.

    thanks for the good infos as always.

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    Thanks a bundle for sending this to me. I really needed it on this dinosaur mask im working on!

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    your work is truly amazing, thank you for sharing this kind of information with us.

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    My Dear Pete... the 3D contest is about to begin
    You can still push your ortho in... (except the yumyum ) or.. if lazy.. wait for the CHOW to end and... see you at start line?
    Hope you're fine - hugs...

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    - no animation on your new site ?

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    Your the man now dog! Your tutorials have helped countless people, including me

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    yo Oblio....Insane visions did most of that ortho using that front view as ref...fyi. THanks mang.

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    Beautiful.

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    Thanks for this!

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    awesome.

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    nice tutorial. this is something that I need to practice on my models. It is great to see a break down of how you achieve this. thank you!

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    real nice! thanks man!! really enjoy this. ;]

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    Fantastic!

    Printed and added to my very amazing tutorials book!

    Thanks for taking time in creating these amazing tutorials for the community, I for one really apreciate it!

    Respect

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    Cheers for posting - Perfect timing too!

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    That's gonna help me tremendously, for the rest of my life, and it was a breeze to follow!

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    I have a very vexxing issue. when it comes to the flesh texture of lets say a dinosaur , how do you create the bumpy patterns on them? i been working on the grooved skin that was shown here, and i been getting along fine. but that blasted bumpies on the skin keep escaping me. please, what do i have to do to get it going?

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    Thanks for the great tip can't wait to try this out.

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    Perfect timing on this tut! I'm working on a sculpt as we speak, that I've been trying to figure out how I'm going to the skin. Thank you sir!

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    Just wanted to say thanks for taking the time to offer such great tutorials. I look forward to your future work and suggestions!

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