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So, I'm doing an interior in maya and i want to make some cool organic good looking bricks, any good tricks/advices. Also, i want to make a lot, so a good randomyce workflow would be apreciated
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super bricks
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Pretty sexy bricks. If you are looking to making them the hard but good way, i don't suggest even doing it on Maya if you have Zbrush, as with a little experience on it you could import the bricks from Maya then give them the cracks and all other imperfections.

Otherwise, Maya's internal sculpting tools are like Blender's, they are useful in a pinch but better options exist. Or you could just grab some bricks from a free model website.




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