There are Orcs, Ogres and Goblins and then there’s ZBrushCentral member Polydrawer’s take on the subject. His recent submission to the world of digital clay earned him high honours and a spot on the hallowed, Top Row. Great work all around. The piece was created for Blizzardfest. Check out more of Polydrawer’s work inside his user gallery.
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The latest addition to the Top Row gallery sees ZBrushCentral member nandlaskar join the party. This creepy dude was sculpted, painted and textured inside ZBrush. The “Mushroom Goblin” originally created by Adrian Smith, was produced with the intent of making a model kit available through the Industria Mechanika brand.
It’s all fashion forward with an eye to the wrinkle and fold. ZBSee artist, Marco Splash ”sews” up a Top Row nod with his latest collection of threads and faces. You’ll see everything from mechanized femme fatales to anabolic induced alien creatures. Take a closer look inside his user gallery. Visit his website for a more intimate look. Be sure to visit ZClassroom for a whopping series of video tutorials on industrial design.
MikeANash suited this guy up and shot him straight to the Top Row. The “Lab Tech” was created using Dynamesh and looks like he’s found the formula to get us hooked. Be sure to check out more of MikeANash inside his user gallery and discover science fiction inspired, robotic goodness. Using features like Dynamesh and Panel Loops can really help you take your hard surface sculpting skills further. Learn more today by visiting ZClassroom.
ZBSee member Undoz goes the distance with this recent addition to the Top Row. The concept for the piece comes from Börkur Eiríksson and Kári Gunnarsson. This Valkyrie character was created for the Eve Prophecy Cinematic Trailer. The sculpting portion of the work was done inside ZBrush and displacement maps were generated by way of the Multi-Map Exporter. Undoz incoporporated ZRemesher to handle some of the re-topology. Check out more cosmic travelers inside his user gallery.
Channeling the power of the oil painting masters, ZBSee member Baolog brings the traditional to new heights. This digital sculpting copy of French painter Paul Delaroche’s, “Ejecucion de Lady Jane Grey” first painted in 1834 is an artistic “tour de force”. Check out Baolog’s user gallery for more brush strokes and clay dabs covering a wide range of subject matter. You’ll see everything from futuristic cosmonauts to historically inspired gentlemen. Visit ZClassroom and learn the skills you’ll need to create your very own masterpiece.
That monkey just climbed himself onto the Top Row! ZBSee member, seid brought the big guns on this one and added a touch of furry just for good measure. Check out more of seid’s work inside his user gallery. Be sure to visit ZClassroom to push your ZBrush projects further. With features like FiberMesh explained in detail, you’ll be one step closer to getting your “digital fur” groove on.