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Creating Hard-Surface with 3DC ala Izmeth Siddeek?

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Heya 3DC'ers!

I'm really interested in 3DC techniques that produced Izmeth Siddeek's MechaBorg, with its cleam hard smooth lines. Can anyone point me toward any tuts (free and/or for sale) that illustrate how he (and others as well) obtained these types of hard-surface results with 3DC?

http://3d-coat.com/screenshots/g2data/albums/3dcoat2/MechaBorg.jpg

I did just find his "The Voxel Modeler's Workbook Part 1" and I am going to read now. Any other additional hard-surface tut material that is known would be great as well.

Thanks much!

deg

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i think he did this with Zbrush, maybe only retopo with 3dcoat.

but LJB (Leigh Bamforth) had some hardsurface tutorials at kurv studios, but they are not available now, because Kurv Studios is closed (they ripped of the artists)

or geothefaust (Jarvis Jones ) http://javisjones.co...ning/video0009/

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Thanks very much, guys. I appreciate the links and info! :)

deg

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Sorry, guys, I didnt see this earlier, but the entire piece from start to finish including the concept sketch and rendering was done in 3D Coat, some of the basic principles are outlined in the workbook. If you have specific questions please feel free to message me

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Amazing work izmeth siddeek

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Hi Izmeth,

Loved your Colt Peacemaker tutorial. Any world on the second part, engraving?

Thanks,

Bill

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Hi Izmeth,

Loved your Colt Peacemaker tutorial. Any world on the second part, engraving?

Thanks,

Bill

+1

great tutorial !

better than most video tutorials !

thx for the effort and _sharing it_ with us !

regards

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