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Hey /3/D'ers, what would be the best way for me to recreate this (a woodblock print, like a stamp) into a 3D model?

I can get my hands on an SVG/PNG of the graphic/painting on it, which I can extrude on a plane/top of the rectangle. My problem is how would I recreate the chiseled-wood effect/pattern on the model?

tnx
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use the alpha as a stencil
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shop the png to the edge detail you want, and apply it as an alpha in zbrush on top of a wood surface sculpt.
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>>554383
>>554382
Thank you! This is exactly what I needed
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>>554383
Wait is there an alternative free version of zbrush?
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>>554402
No, but I heard Piratebay has a sale going on right now.
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>>554403
pirates bay? is there student discount
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>>554402

You can download a trial, I assume it's easy to hack or that you can reinstall it in 45 days




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