Tiago Rios aka tiagori on the ZBrushCentral forum, gets us “green” with envy in this latest ZBSee post. Incorporating some dynamic brush work with the slash brush, trim dynamic and alphas really helped this Orc’s armour come to life. Best of all, tiagori used Polypainting, UV Master, Decimation Master and rendered the whole thing inside ZBrush. Check out his mini workflow breakdown inside his user gallery.
This guy needs no introduction. Morgan Freeman has played the role of some memorable characters throughout his career. ZBSee member mridulson does him justice with this “likeness” sculpt. The whole thing started life as a simple sphere and took final form using a combination of sculpting and re-topology tools like ZRemesher guides, ZRemesher, Projection and Alphas inside ZBrush. Be sure to stop by his user gallery to see an in-depth breakdown of his process, including texturing and rendering for his final image. Learn more about mridulson here.
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After “lurking” for a while, ZBSee member .@rt aka Raul Tavares, finally throws his hat into the game. These first additions to his user gallery are a dynamic start! Be sure to keep an eye on this ZBrusher. For now, take a peak at his video breakdowns. Don’t forget to take full advantage of our latest video tutorials inside ZClassroom. We’ve updated a total of 41 videos detailing a whole host of features and functions used to build a mech helmet.
In preparation for this summer’s Trojan Horse Was A Unicorn festival happening in Portugal, ZBsee member CarlosVidal “cooks up” a little crab meat to keep our appetites in check. Take a look at how Dynamesh, ZRemesher and UV Master come together to help finalize his designs. Visit CarlosVidal’s user gallery for more beach ready digital sculpting.
ZBSee member Inkognit presents his latest in the 7 day, 50 designs creature project pack. This furry beast is part of his pursuit to finish a “boatload” of creatures in a relatively short amount of time. Check out his user gallery to see more designs from this dynamic collection. If you are looking to create quick design concepts inside ZBrush, Dynamesh will give you the speed and versatility you’re looking for. Check out our dedicated video tutorials inside ZClassroom to maximize your use of this powerful feature and many more.
ZBSee member Steve Talkowski, aka SketchGuy’s TikiBot 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’s user 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.