There’s a painterly quality captured in MosleyHarmless latest fan art renditions of the Dishonored franchise characters. Look closely and you’ll see the union of sculpting and painting techniques coming together to produce some wild “alla prima” inspired digital art. Luckily, you can catch watch as some of the process in his time-lapsed video. To see more painterly surprises, visit mosleyharmless’suser gallery. Visit ZClassroom for everything you’ll need to get started with your very own painted wonders.
The Spider-Man franchise continues to weave a web through movie theaters. The latest iteration of everybody’s favorite “web-slinger” hit the big screen to rave reviews with the Amazing Spider-Man 2. Check out ZBSee memeber, monstermash’s renditions of Spidey and a new take on the Rhino. These concepts were developed for the Aaron Sims Company and helped formulate new looks for the characters in the film. Check out more of Jared’s ZBrush work inside his user gallery.
ZBSee member Ramirezz arms his latest piece with everything she’ll need to weather the harshest of storms. In this case, it’s looking like a shower of compliments is heading her way as she strolls across the Top Row. Find out more about how Ramirezz sculpted, posed, textured and completed most of the character using ZBrush. You won’t want to miss more of his ZBrush exploits inside his user gallery.
Strange is a term used to describe a wide range of designs in the art world. ZBSee member Rossonerixx has the market cornered in this regard. His latest work slithers its way onto the Top Row. It’s good to see some “left fielders” landing inside the forum. Take a look at his user gallery where he’s revisited some “classic” Marvel favorites. Start your own “creepy” sculpting project today with features like, Dynamesh and Insert Mesh Brushes.
Pablander takes us on a journey into the depths of the forest. It’s a good thing he’s provided a breakdown of how we’ll get there. Check out his latest ZBSee post to see how this winter wonderland and its strange inhabitant came to life. The piece was modeled using Dynamesh and the fur was created with Fibermesh. Pablander even rendered the final image using the BPR rendering capabilities found inside ZBrush. Overall, we’d say it’s a fairy tale come true.
Hossein Diba draws inspiration for his Top Row winner from what looks like a “Taxi Driver” era DeNiro. To find out if he’s “talkin’ to you”, visit Hossein’s user gallery. You’ll get a breakdown of Hossein’s workflow and see how to generate everything from eyes to hair. Take advantage of our video tutorial library inside ZClassroom.
Reaching into the caverns of his sub-conscience seems to come naturally to ZBSee member Gutalin aka Alex Kozhanov. This isn’t the first time he’s “wowed” us with his desolate environs. This latest piece captures the sentiment of an untold narrative and is driven forward by a lone protagonist, sitting in what appears to be a state of angst. Visit Gutalin’s user gallery for an “unabridged” tour of more “Space-Scapes”.
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.
Taking a page out of the surrealist handbook, ZBrush artist LVXIFER presents, “Vanitas I”. This latest post reminds us that beauty may fade, but not when that beauty is composed of digital clay. You can see more of LVXIFER’s work inside his user gallery.
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