ZBSee member Gilberto Magno pays homage to the Vi character from League of Legends. Riot Games has established the game as must play and in this case, Gilberto has opted to make it a must sculpt! Check out more of his work and a brief breakdown of his process inside his user gallery. To learn more about Gilberto, visit his website.
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The ElseWorlds series of comics and figures from DC continues to inspire. For the uninitiated, the Elseworlds concept took characters from the existing DC universe and placed them in alternate realities. This Viking Batman hits all the right notes. He was a recent submission for the Game Artisan’s ComiCon Challenge. ZBSee member Caleb Nefzen ranked among the Top Ten and gave the Norse Gods something to cheer for in the 2014 challenge! Visit Caleb’s User Gallery to see more.
ZBSee member Michael Milano takes us on a journey into the realm toy sculpture. Take a closer look at his process with this time-lapsed, video walk-through. Creating your very own toy sculptures inside ZBrush is only a few moves and stretches away. Advance your digital sculpting skills with dedicated tutorial videos highlighting everything you’ll need to create your own “digital clay” masterpieces inside ZClassroom.
Alex Alverez just wrapped production on two DVD tutorials featuring everything you’ll need to build your own “brave new worlds”. That’s right, this is your chance to dive in with a true digital art pioneer for over 10 hours of focused learning. The DVD’s titled, “Creating Terrains with Satellite Data, Volume 1 and Volume 2″ are available now through the Gnomon Workshop. Check out Alex’s process and see how ZBrush is playing a role in helping him get the job done. The Gnomon Workshop provides high-end digital art training covering everything from drawing to sophisticated 3D modeling techniques.
Chris Thackrey shifts and morphs digital clay to showcase the potential for architectural and furniture design use inside ZBrush. Visit Flying Architecture for more incredible design concepts from around the world. Be sure to fill your head’s with more industrial design tutorials by visiting our latest series of videos. Navigate to ZClassroom today to take your digital sculpting skills further. Whether your looking for basic videos or more dedicated feartures, ZClassroom has what you need to maximize your Zbrush experience.
Trent Tate is an Austin based artist with an eye for the classics. He’s no stranger to the time honored traditions of producing classical drawings and paintings in materials like charcoal and egg tempera. His works have been on display at the Austin Museum of Art, Dallas Museum of Art and his clients include the likes of Dennis Quaid. Lately, he’s moved away from tempura paintings and focused his energy on ZBrush. This series of illustrations demonstrate that a little ingenuity goes a long way. Taking up the challenge of recreating a Durer drawing is no easy task, doing it using ZBrush isn’t something you see everyday! In this case, Trent has climbed the mountain and lived to tell the tale. You can find out more about Trent and his methods of illustration by visiting his website.
The annual Game Artisans ComicCon Challenge has come and gone. Yes, it’s hard to believe that another year of comic book action has already passed us by! This ZBSee post features an incredible collection of work created for the epic challenge. Visit our dedicated forum space for a walk down memory lane and your chance to see all the incredible ZBrush work leading up to the final days of the contest. ZBSee members Ballo, joymepls, Stepanchikov, Danpetro and CgNara landed themselves at the top of the superhero heap. They placed first through fifth respectively. It looks like ZBrush helped these artists land a crushing blow!
Everyday millions of toys ride trucks to the shelves of toy stores around the world. This latest post reminds us that no matter how big or small, ZBrush helps to make some of those toys a reality. Be sure to check out more toy designs inside ZBSee member devoid’s user gallery.
ZBSee member Aidin Salsabili recently shared news about an Iranian virtual museum exhibit. Check out Aidin’s videos for a behind the scenes look at the process used to create these priceless artifacts. Aidin’s user gallery will keep you busy exploring countless artifacts recreated using ZBrush.
Angus J Law recently posted this interesting look at ZBrush in the manufacturing world. You never know what you’ll find inside the ZBSee experience. His thread features a four step process that covers sculpting, CNC programming, tool and die work and finally, the addition of the finished piece to the crocodile hand bag. Check out his user gallery for more unexpected product designs. Angus is a London based ZBrusher and from the looks of it, he’s getting his “bling” on.