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After the gold and fluttery-ness of my Golden Snitch, it seemed only logical to do a Quaffle next - I seem to be doing the set. In fact these Quidditch guys are great for an ongoing personal project in that if you don't have much time you can always just spend a free night doing 1 type of ball, and then come back to it later to add to the set...

 

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Still working on textures, but off to a fairly decent start... this one was Physical Render /GI -  3 mins.

 

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Damn thats good, I'm not even going to ask how.

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5 hours ago, EAlexander said:

Aces!

 

What's the technique for the stitching? Plug in or good old fashioned sorcery? 

Thanks dude. Stitching just regular technique - edge to spline to get the paths, then single stitch cloned and randomised along them...

 

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Sick textures cerbs

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39 minutes ago, VECTOR said:

Sick textures cerbs

Thank you dude :)

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Reeeeeeally nice textures!

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