Pixologic training partner, ZBrushWorkshops, has opened registration for its all ZBrush anatomy class called Anatomy 2.0. This class uses innovative new features in ZBrush such as Shadowbox and the Clip brushes to make learning anatomy simple and enjoyable. If you haven’t caught Ryan Kingslien’s four videos about why anatomy is important make sure to download them from the front page of ZBrushWorkshops.
Visit ZBrushWorkshops for more details.
ZBC Member PSTCHOART, Tsvetomir Georgiev posted his concept art for the newly released blockbuster film, Green Lantern. Beautifully styled and executed, his characters bring a new dimension to the classic tale and much of his work comes through into the final film version. It’s always fascinating to see the conceptual process behind the scenes of big films, make sure to check this one out!
View PSTCHOART’s thread at ZBrushCentral
Pixologic sponsors The “Ice Age” To the Digital Age: The 3D Animation Art of Blue Sky Studios at The Norman Rockwell Museum Massachusetts. The exhibition features work from Blue Sky Studios in films including Ice Age, Ice Age 2, Ice Age 2, Robots and more.
As part of the exhibition, Pixologic has provided the 3D sculpting program Sculptris for attendees of all ages to try their hand in 3D modeling and digital art creation –getting a feel for how characters and concepts for blockbuster movies might be made.
“It has been truly amazing to watch people use Sculptris over the past few days. Our visitors have been actively engaged with Sculptris since the exhibition opened. Adults and children alike are drawn to the program, and we hope that this level of interaction will help to educate and inspire the next generation of animation professionals.” - Corry Kanzenberg, Curator of Norman Rockwell Museum
Learn more about Scupltris HERE
“Ice Age” To The Digital Age: The 3D Animation Art of Blue Sky Studios Runs June 11 through October 31, 2011
Read an article on the exhibit at ArtDaily