3D Prop Artist Diego Torres Ortiz showed us the working process behind the Wardrobe of the Arcane Perfumist project, with low polys made in 3ds Max, high polys in ZBrush, hand-painted touches realized on Substance Painter, and final render in Unreal Engine 5.
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