Daily Archive for February 19th, 2013

Featured ZBC Thread: Samuel Compain

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This latest Top Row piece takes us back to the days when quarters could be heard falling recklessly into the arcade machine’s we knew and loved. With this latest post, Samuel Compain aka Neobear, captures the old school sentiment of characters like Final Fight’s Mike Haggar and fast forwards us into hyper overdrive with a quasi-mech suited gunslinger!

Check out his post and see the complete breakdown of this incredible model for yourself with an in-depth tutorial on page 2. Neobear mentions everything from starting his work with Dynamesh, using primitives for accessories, Mesh extractions, Insert Mesh brushes, Polypainting and even gives us a quick glance at his rendering process inside ZBrush. This is definitely a post worth bookmarking for reference.

You can sharpen your skills in all these areas and more by visiting ZClassroom where a slew of FREE video tutorials are waiting for you.

New Courses from Digital Tutors

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Our friends at Digital Tutors have added five new courses to their collection including a new Creative Development course! Check them out below or find more information on our 3rd Party Training page.

Sculpting a Demonic Creature in ZBrush

Sculpting Integration Concepts

Illustrating a Vintage Horror Film Poster in Photoshop and ZBrush

Creating an Aged Character and Artifacts in ZBrush and Maya

Creative Development: Concepting a Cyborg in ZBrush

ZBrush UGM: Gnomon School of Visual Effects

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We’re set to take the stage inside the Gnomon School of Visual Effects Green Screen Room, here on the grounds of the Television Center in Hollywood.

Be there as we showcase the latest features and functions inside ZBrush 4R5. You’ll get an inside look at how to maximize your use of new features like, Panel Loops, Polish by Features, Frame Mesh settings to name a few.

Join us as we mix and mingle with other ZBrush community members and artists from various industries in an evening of digital clay talk.

The night promises to be filled with excitement and informative ZBrush demonstrations. Along with our own Paul Gaboury, we’ll have a special guest presentation with ZBrush artist and instructor, Rafael Grassetti.

For location, times, and more information on our presenters, please visit our Gnomon UGM page.






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