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.
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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.
ZBSee artist Tes3d, chisels his way into our digital clay hearts with his evil queen and twins! We appreciate the digital “scare” and encourage you to high tail it over to his user gallery for more on how this composition came together.
When we get hungry, we reach for a Snickers. It’s hard to deny the taste of smooth caramel and peanuts with a layer of nougat all wrapped in a chocolate coating. It makes “ZBrushing” that much more enjoyable and even faster! After all, you can’t survive on digital clay alone. Or can you? The latest Snickers advertising campaign sees a unique use of ZBrush come to life on the streets of Korea. Recently, an interactive advertising campaign popped up and put a “zombie” twist on satisfying hunger. Watch ZBrush artist Gio Nakpil and a talented team of digital effects artists scare some unsuspecting commuters. Visit Gio’s user gallery inside ZBSee for a closer look at this ZBrusher’s process.
The artwork of Grot aka Jase Daniels, occupies a strange place in the world of digital sculpting. Comprised of equal parts post-apocalyptic death-scape with a hint of evil terror, we’re certain you’ll find an incredible mental journey waiting for you inside. These pieces leave us thinking of the late, Zdzislaw Beksinski. Visit, Grot’s user gallery for an uninhibited view of the darker side of far off and distant lands. The final renders were composed using BPR rendering in conjunction with post processing. You can see more of his work by visiting his Facebook page or his website. Check out more incredible artwork from around the globe inside ZBSee. You never know what you’ll find!