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shield render


I used ddo to create a base for the textures, finished the painting in 3D-coat and rendered it in Marmoset 2.

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Excellent work! Quick question, why did you start out the texture in ddo and then go to 3d-coat? Why not just do the whole thing (minus rendering) in 3D-coat?

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DDo is great for filling your model with a lot of small details and it creates spec/gloss map for you automatically.

You can put the finishing touches in 3Dcoat in the paint room.

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