ZBSee member Steve Talkowski, aka SketchGuy’sTikiBot is the latest iteration in the SketchBot family. Check out how TikiBot came to life and learn more about designing your own vinyl toy sensation. Be sure keep up with our latest video tutorial updates inside ZClassroom. You’ll get the inside line on everything new and exciting inside ZBrush!
This “toothed wonder” could actually have walked the Earth. The entire project was sculpted using you guessed it, ZBrush! Visit ZBrusher Brahimaz’suser gallery to see this and other creatures along with a series of head bust studies. Adding fur and fibers to your digital sculpting projects is easy and fun. Visit ZClassroom to learn more about incorporating these dynamic features into your workflow.
MikeANash suited this guy up and shot him straight to the Top Row. The “Lab Tech” was created using Dynamesh and looks like he’s found the formula to get us hooked. Be sure to check out more of MikeANash inside his user gallery and discover science fiction inspired, robotic goodness. Using features like Dynamesh and Panel Loops can really help you take your hard surface sculpting skills further. Learn more today by visiting ZClassroom.
ZBrushCentral member, schonkar hits us with the alien vibe. Check out the collection of other worldly creatures inside schonkar’s user gallery. If you’re looking to create your own aliens, you’ll want to check out ZClassroom for the latest in tutorial videos. Whether you’re dreaming up organic looking critters, or trying to create the world’s next futuristic cosmonaut, ZClasroom is the place to be. We just added a whole host of futuristic helmet design tutorials guaranteed to keep you busy.
Channeling the power of the oil painting masters, ZBSee member Baolog brings the traditional to new heights. This digital sculpting copy of French painter Paul Delaroche’s, “Ejecucion de Lady Jane Grey” first painted in 1834 is an artistic “tour de force”. Check out Baolog’s user gallery for more brush strokes and clay dabs covering a wide range of subject matter. You’ll see everything from futuristic cosmonauts to historically inspired gentlemen. Visit ZClassroom and learn the skills you’ll need to create your very own masterpiece.
Fangs, wings, scales and other creepy staples are what you’ll find inside ZBSee member Swordlord’s thread. Living up to his username, the beasts have been officially “slayed” and his clients at SpecialOne are probably reveling in glory! Check out some cool animation breakdowns and a user gallery filled with more cold blooded critters than you can shake a tail at! Be sure to visit the ZBrush download center to download alphas and other useful resources designed to help add dynamic layers of realism to your work. The download center is full of community created content being used by other ZBrushers just like you.
That monkey just climbed himself onto the Top Row!ZBSee member, seid brought the big guns on this one and added a touch of furry just for good measure. Check out more of seid’s work inside his user gallery. Be sure to visit ZClassroom to push your ZBrush projects further. With features like FiberMesh explained in detail, you’ll be one step closer to getting your “digital fur” groove on.
ZBrusher Santiago Betancur takes us deep into the shadows with his latest ZBSee post. You get the “bones” of the issue with his render pass breakdown and a video showcasing his sculpting process. You can learn more about Santiago here. Visit ZClassroom to find out more about how to maximize your rendering capabilities inside ZBrush.
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.
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