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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.
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.
your work is truly amazing, thank you for sharing this kind of information with us.
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...
- no animation on your new site ?
Last edited by Oblio; October 13th, 2006 at 06:23 AM.
Thanks for this!
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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!
"around the world and back!"
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!
That's gonna help me tremendously, for the rest of my life, and it was a breeze to follow!
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?
Thanks for the great tip can't wait to try this out.
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!
Just wanted to say thanks for taking the time to offer such great tutorials. I look forward to your future work and suggestions!