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Join Pixologic at the CTN Animation Expo 2014

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Join Pixologic at the CTN Animation Expo 2014 from November 21st – 23rd 2014  in Burbank (CA) as we present renowned film and gaming artists giving live ZBrush demonstrations.

In case you haven’t heard, CTN is short for the Creative Talent Network and the expo will no doubt be a hot bed for creative talent. With live demonstrations, networking receptions, master workshops, panel discussions and professional exhibits, you can bet on this year’s expo being more popular than ever!

Some of the artists appearing at the ZBrush booth (B52) include:

  • Michael DeFeo (Freelance Artist: Despicable Me 2, The Lorax, Ice Age 4)
  • Chadwick Dusenbery (Freelance Artist)
  • Shaun Absher (Disney Animation)
  • Dylan Ekren (Disney Animation)
  • Alena Wooten (Disney Animation)
  • Matt Thorup (Disney Animation)
  • Tyler Bolyard (Nickelodeon Animation Studio)
  • Danny Williams (Dreamworks Animation)
  • Leticia Reinaldo (Freelance Artist: Frozen,Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy, Muppets Most Wanted)
  • Steve Lord (McFarlane Toys)

To learn more about the artists, view some of their artwork and see a presentation schedule, visit the CTN Animation Expo UGM Page.

See you there!

Return Of The Fab-Four

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The Aaron Sims Company is synonymous with producing concept designs for some of the industries most beloved films. Recently, they played a role in bringing an old favorite back to the big screen. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles defined a generation and spawned a myriad of spin-offs and a long-lasting cartoon series. As cultural icons go, you can’t argue with the foursome’s staying power.

In a recent interview with ComicBookMovie.com, Aaron Sims Company artist, Jared Krichevsky sat down to discuss the studios process for how the turtles came to life. Working side by side with other Aaron Sims Company ZBrush artists, Jared Marantz, Andrew Domachowski, Cameron Ward, Kelton Kram and Tsevtomir Georgev provided the framework for what these icons would eventually look like on screen. Motion capture duties saw the talented men and women of ILM take control of the reigns. If you haven’t seen the film, be sure to strap yourself in for a wild ride. Cowabunga!

 

The Back To School Special

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Sculpting one dinosaur is an undertaking most will find daunting. ZBrushCentral member ministerart@hotmail.uk.co 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.

Only 14 Days Till Lift-Off

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We’re getting closer to lift-off! The ZBrush Summit is only 14 days away! Register today to see LIVE artist demos, industry panel discussions, interviews and a sneak peek of the latest version of ZBrush. Remember, the ZBrush Summit is a FREE event happening LIVE and STREAMING around the globe. See you all soon!!!

Digital Art Masters Series Volume 9

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3dtotal are pleased to announce the ninth volume of the Digital Art Masters series. Comprised of 50 of the world’s best digital artists, including seasoned professionals and talented students, the volume explains workflows while  inspiring readers to create their own masterpieces. It features some of the most popular images in the last year, including Mathieu Aerni’s Lindford, Sven Juhlin’s Guardian, and Fernando Ometto’s Dwarf, making it an essential addition to every artists’ bookshelf.

To The Point Of The Matter

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ZBSee member Kouji Tajima aka Tazn showcases his latest work with a unique blend of creatures and demons guaranteed to inspire! He’s been a busy ZBrusher with the release of his own book. Check it out on Amazon. You’ll be happy to know you can see more of his ZBrush work inside his user gallery. That should keep you satisfied until your copy of Kouji Tajima Artworks & ZBrush Technique arrives in the mail.

Glowing Green With TomatoVFX

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Materials, render passes and concept illustration are the name of the game inside ZBSee artist TomatoVFX’s thread. Adding to the already impressive breakdowns and information is a collection of cloth draping brushes. Be sure to download these great resources today. Look inside the TomatoVFX user gallery for even more digital sculpting goodies. If it’s resources you need, don’t delay! Visit the ZBrush download center for everything from materials, alphas, plugins and a whole lot more.

In The Face Of Danger

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Handling the finer details looks to be ZBSee member pharrisgenois’ strong suit. It’s early in pharrisgenois’ ZBSee posting career but by the look of it, we can expect to see some cool work going forward. There’s a couple of breakdowns on generating everything from an armoured chest plate to a tattered shawl. You can generate your own armour by utilizing features like masking, extractions, Dynamesh and ZRemesher. Look inside ZClassroom to find video tutorials guaranteed to leave you inspired.

Blowing Off Some Steam

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ZBSee artist, Itay Schlesinger sounds off his arrival by blowing a steam whistle for his latest digital clay contributions. Visit his user gallery to see everything from a medieval inspired chess set to a swashbuckling dog.

Wrinkles And Folds

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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.






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