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Leon's CG Portfolio on Strikingly Motionographer The Art of Karla Ortiz Tutorial: ZBrush to modo - 32 bit Displacement - Henning Sanden | Henning Sanden This tutorial is going to be similar to the one I have on how to get a displacement map from ZBrush to Vray for Maya. We’re going to look at how to get the ZBrush – modo workflow going. Displacment maps. Let’s get started. Alright, let’s jump into ZBrush We’re going to use Multi Map Exporter (MME), which is a relative recent plugin in ZBrush. Open the plugin up and you should hopefully not be too overwhelmed by the wall of text and buttons. Set the size to whatever you need, in my case I need a 2k map. Enable Flip V which will flip the maps vertically, which you always have to do in Zbrush due to some weird voodoo by Pixologic. Next, hit the friendly looking button which says Export Options. Now we have a couple of settings which we need to know about SubDiv Level: This dictates which subD level the displacement map will be generated from. Adaptive: If pressed, the map will be of higher quality, but it will take longer to generate. DpSubPix: Now this is an interesting one. For example:

The art blog of Henning Sanden Find the Name of that Song Even Without Knowing the Lyrics What is the name of that song? This guide describes online music recognition services that will help you identify the name of any song without knowing the artist name or even the lyrics. It happens all the time. You are sitting in a restaurant with friends or driving to work and there’s some beautiful music playing on the FM radio station. “What’s the name of that song ? Search engines like Google or Bing won’t be of much help unless you know a couple of words from the song lyrics or have some clue about the name of the artist or the band. Also see: Find Song Name in YouTube Videos Well, here are some of the best music recognition services that can help you discover song names without having to know the lyrics. 1. 1a. Simply install the Shazam application, hold your phone towards the audio source and hit the Tag button to let Shazam identify the playing music. 1b. 2. 2a. 3. 3a. 4. 4a. WatZatSong (“What’s that song?”) 4b. 5. 5a. 5b.

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