Peace Ornament

Hi here is an Ornament I created in Zbrush. I saw a cool illustration online and then created a black and white jpg of it in Photoshop. In Zbrush you can then load your black and white image and under Alpha use the make 3d button.

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Step 1:

I saw a cool illustration online and then created a black and white jpg of it in Photoshop. Here is the original

Step 2: Make 3d

In Zbrush I loaded the alpha and under the Alpha Menu used Make 3D. I then added spheres to connect the parts and a chain making sure it doesn't touch each other. I dynameshed at a higher resolution and then used decimation master to get the model to a low enough resolution to be able to print. I then used the 3D print exporter to output the stl.

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    ruby.rieke

    4 years ago on Introduction

    http://www.desktopnexus.com/groups/psychedelic/image/1461923/

    though not sure if that is the artist. I'm going to email them

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    VickyTGAW

    4 years ago on Introduction

    I love this one! I think it is just so lovely.

    P.S. Do you have a link or name for the artist who did the original illustration?

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    ruby.riekeVickyTGAW

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    I loved it too. I want to sculpt a dove with feathers that looked lifelike but did not have the time. I thought this was pretty appropriate for our times. I'm in San Francisco so that might also be why I loved it.

    Here si the link

    http://wallpapersinhq.com/117250-psychedelic_peace_dove/