When the galaxy comes calling, be sure to pack your space helmet! ZBSee artist Majid_Smiley looks to have things under control with his latest contribution to the world of digital clay. Check out Majid’s breakdown of this lid’s construction. Be sure to visit Majid’s user gallery where you’ll find more cool sculpts and even a rendition of everybody’s favorite, Danny Trejo!
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Leo Takeshi Sakamoto’s “Officer Portrait” stands at attention on the Top Row. This latest addition to the ZBrushCentral Top Row Gallery is one of many great sculptures inside Leo’s user gallery. His thread also features an overview for creating realistic eyes. Pretty cool stuff!
Bruno Camara starts off his ZBSee sketchbook with a bang! The appropriately titled, “Sewer Creature” found it’s way onto the coveted Top Row. The Top Row is your chance to shine. Be sure to keep posting your work on ZBSee, you could be featured next. A long-time ZBSee member, Bruno is no stranger to hanging at the top. You can see more world class sculptures inside his user gallery or by visiting his website. Either way, it’s probably a good idea to keep a close watch over this guy. You never know what he’ll make next! Visit ZClassroom for video tutorials on rendering and material properties.
ZBSee is constantly updated with great examples of digital sculpting from around the world. The new visual capacity inside the forum means more pictures and more awesome posts 24/7. This gnome and grasshopper combo are no exception. Chris Tackett aka KrakenCMT, delivers another winner! He’s been a busy ZBrusher as of late, adding an awesome 90′s animated Batman to his user gallery among other projects. Be sure to stop by his website to see more.
This messenger of death comes to us from ZBrushCentral artist Alerton. The Cleric is part of the Hollywood Collectibles line and available now in all its 1:4 scale glory! Be sure to get yours today. There’s a whole host of new and old favorites waiting to be added to your collection. Visit Alerton’s user gallery to see more awesome digital sculptures on the ZBrushCentral forum.
She ruled with an iron fist and turned the heads of many. We’re talking about Liz Taylor here! This latest ZBrushCentral post pays homage to the legendary actress and her portrayal of another power woman, Cleopatra. If this series of images is any indication of what we can expect from Fredo_Bernardo, it’s a sure thing he’ll be feeling pretty regal himself before long!
There’s nothing like a travelling salesman to ease your weary head. This little dude looks poised to sell us all manner of potions. Buyer beware! ZBrushCentral artist seid really nailed this one. We can’t wait to see more. You don’t have to look too far because there’s more where this one came from here. Visit ZClassroom for a full series of videos detailing how you can generate cool hair and fibers inside ZBrush.
When it rains it pours. This latest Top Row piece comes to us from ZBrushCentral artist, Skaoru. Be sure to sneak a peak at the breakdown for how this awesome anime sculpture was created inside Skaoru’s thread. For more cool work by this talented member of our community, visit Skaoru’s user gallery.
In a land far from our own, little people are capturing cosmonauts and taking them hostage. At least that’s how ZBrushCentral artist Svjeeta sees it. This latest piece had us thinking of David Bowie and the seminal hit “Space Oddity” gone completely awry. Visit Svjeeta’s user gallery to see more ZBrush sculpts and go where some unfortunate space travelers have gone before!
Eric Keller is no stranger to the ZBrushCentral forum. In case you don’t already know, he’s even written several books on the subject. Get your copy today! It’s safe to say the man has an eclectic collection of obsessions and muses. If your squeamish, this thread will have you crawling in your seat. Robotball as he’s known on the ZBrushCentral forum, recently posted a myriad of insect sculptures waiting to get you feeling “icky” all over! This latest collection of work is also available in all its 3D glory inside our Turntable Gallery. Be sure to keep up with Eric Keller’s exploits by visiting his blog. If you are in the Los Angeles area, it’s probably a good idea to try and squeeze your way into one of his classes at the Gnomon School of Visual Effects.