These new vinyl toy designs come from long-time ZBSee member and Shinbone Creative’s own Scott Wetterschneider. It’s great to see the latest in vinyl toy madness coming from this eclectic ZBrusher. Visit Shinbone Creative to find out how you too can create your own toys! The Shinbone Creative hits you with a myriad of resources while keeping you inspired. You can see more of Wetterschneider’s work by visiting his 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.
This latest addition to the world of ZBSee has us all up in arms. Disney’s Gargoyles franchise is an old time favorite around here. Rodrigo.G delivers the goods by bringing Ryan Lang’s Lexington concept to life inside ZBrush! You’ll see a breakdown of the process used to build the model and lots of other cool characters waiting for you inside his user gallery. Be sure to visit Rodrigo.G’s homepage for more digital clay excitement.
Funny Garbage seems to be on the curve of what’s hip and cool in the world of digital clay. Fred Kahl, a Creative Director with the firm is utilizing ZBrush to bring an old american favorite back to life using 3D printing technology. Luna Park at Coney Island represents a time and place locked in the American sub-conscience. The place is part myth, part fantasy but all american. Of course Kahl’s Coney island is a miniature representation of the historic coastal playground. We think Luna Park founders Frederic Thompson and Elmer “Skip” Dundy would approve of this miniature version produced using the help of a MakerBot printer.
ZBSee member ArTooRo, recently shared a post featuring the game Nitro Nation produced by Creative Mobile Games. Platige Image handled the cinematic work for the trailer which features an all out duel between two modern American Muscle cars. Take a closer look at the anatomy of a cinematic trailer with this informative thread. ArTooRo’s included a break down of the “clean up” process used to create the female racer.
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.
The ever popular “monster” in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein recently received the reboot treatment. This latest installment sees the famed monster sharing the screen with some new beasts in the form of Gargoyles. ZBrush was instrumental in helping artists at Iloura formulate the initial concept designs and finalizing the proportions, anatomy and surface textures for these new allies. Oops, there’s a spoiler! You can read about the making of I, Frankenstein by visiting the ARTofVFX website.
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ZBrushCentral artist jpericles recently found a spot on the Top Row with his subtle rendition of the male figure. Be sure to check out the Top Row gallery for more incredible ZBrush sculptures. Visit jpericles user gallery to see more digital sculpting goodness.
The ZBrush User Group meeting at the Zagreb Design Week is coming up, and the lineup of artists has just been posted. User Group Meetings are always the place to absorb knowledge, pick up useful tips and tricks and discover the power of bringing your designs to life. They provide an intimate way to maximize your use of ZBrush while showcasing workflows and methods used by the pros.
Join us at TDZG2014 where Boonar Studio presents lectures by David Bentley, Ben Mauro and many others. The event takes place April 23-27 in Zagreb, Croatia.
Find out more info about the event and about the presenter at our Zagreb UGM Page.
Being the “new kid on the block” is difficult sometimes. ZBSee member CGsoufiane shows us that in some cases, this doesn’t apply! CGsoufiane’s latest post earned top marks in the land of digital clay and lands a spot on the Top Row!