“3DTotal introduces a new series of anatomical reference figures for artists, offering the male anatomy in a full planar model – designed by popular demand! – Plus new full nude and full écorché versions. We also reveal how to create convincing bio-suits for male characters that fit the human anatomy perfectly!”
Ryan Kingslien is a long-time ZBrusher, committed to providing learning options to students around the world.
Join Ryan and the UArtsy community to take your learning to the next level. Classes are offered online so you can join from anywhere in the world. Sign up today to start learning ZBrush. The class runs from Monday November 17th to Friday November 21st.
There’s incredible value in having the opportunity to sit with a master. UARTSY is at the forefront of providing learning options for artists, by artists. With online access, learning is only a click of a button away. The latest offering sees renowned sculptor and character development artist, Michael Defeo lead the charge in what promises to be an informational tour de force. Michael has worked over the years to bring characters to life for Blue Sky Studios and Illumination Entertainment among others. Sign up today! “Stylized Character Design” is a ten-week course designed to help you take your chops further. Classes start November 14, 2014.
We dug a little deeper to find out how this young group of digital clay enthusiasts got their start. Take a closer look at their program in this exclusive interview and learn more about how ZBrush and Sculptris are preparing these young art pioneers for the future.
Get yourself on the pre-order list for this incredible new addition to the ZBrush universe! Visit the 3D Total website for more information and other resources. With ZBrush and 3DTotal’s constantly expanding learning materials, you’ll have everything you need to take your digital art to the next level.
Sculpting one dinosaur is an undertaking most will find daunting. ZBrushCentral member firstname.lastname@example.org decided to take things a little further. You may be startled to learn that 47 dinos were completed in 4 months for this incredible project. That’s right friends, you read that right! 47 dinosaurs in 4 months. We’re not trying to sell our math skills here, but it’s safe to say that’s a lot of sculpting. This maddening collection of feathered and scaled critters finds its way into a volume titled, “Knowledge Encyclopedia Dinosaur” by DK Publishing worthy of your utmost attention. It’s looking like a back to school special we can sink our claws into! Be sure to fill your head with more learning resources by visiting ZClassroom.
If you are looking to add more bite to your bark, look no further than the Phoenix Atelier’s latest offering. Andrew Baker guides students through an intense course designed to take their skills further. Andrew is an accomplished artist and currently a Senior Designer at the Weta Workshop. Sign up today!
Long-time creature creator Bryan Wynia hosts a new Creature Crash Course brought to you by CGWorkshops. Bryan will guide you through eight intense weeks of digital sculpting madness with an emphasis on developing two full figure creatures in ZBrush. You’ll gain experience and the knowledge needed to take your ideas from concept to completion and who knows, maybe even scare a few of your friends along the way! Classes start July 28th, 2014. Sign up now!
The annual CG Student Awards have been conferred. This year’s entries were nothing short of mind blowing. Alas, there’s got to be a winner in each category. Be sure to visit the CG Student Awards website for a closer look at this year’s champs! We are so excited to see this new flock of ZBrushers showcasing their skills on the global stage. Good luck and happy ZBrushing until next year!
The second in a series of anatomical reference models from 3DTotal has been successfully crowd funded via Kickstarter. You can still put your best foot forward and support the cause with a contribution and walk away with some cool stuff. Be sure to visit the 3D Total website for more CG art, tutorials and articles than you can shake a leg at.
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