Seven time academy award winner Rick Baker is going wild with DynaMesh and FiberMesh. His beast was made using the newest features of ZBrush 4R3 and even though he calls it a “work in progress,” it’s definitely worthy of a Top Row nod.
Daily Archive for March 29th, 2012
Veteran ZBrush artist Michael Defeo is getting close to releasing his anatomy app that is sure to help both digital and traditional sculptors. Due to be released at his booth at Spectrum Live in Kansas City, Missouri the weekend of May 18-20, “l’Ecorché: Classical Anatomy for Artists” will be available on iPad, iPhone, and Mac desktops with eventual development for Android and PC desktop platforms.
Michael thanks ZBrush and its community of artists for making this app possible.
“I am building what I feel is a groundbreaking anatomy study tool. It’s an app called l’Ecorché: Classical Anatomy for Artists, and without ZBrush this app would not be possible. Originally developed as a personal reference tool for my courses with anatomy expert Scott Eaton (who, in fact, I met through the Pixologic Educational portal), this application has grown from a simple sculpture for the iPad into a fully-developed application for iPad, iPhone, Mac desktop and eventually Andriod and PC desktop platforms.”
We’re definitely excited for the release of l’Ecorché! Keep an eye on Michael’s website, md3dinc.com, for updates on the release.