This graduating class scores top honours by leaping from the pages of the high school year book and into the 3D printed future. It looks like the trend for keeping your friends close is about to take on a new meaning. Students at the Seoul National School for the Blind are among the first to embark on the journey of being immortalized in plastic. The 3D printed busts were developed in an effort to help visually impaired students remember what their classmates look like. Check out how ZBrush helped these bright young graduates bounce off the screen and into the printed world.
There’s no question that the latest home console experience is the greatest thing to happen to your living room since TV dinners. The newest addition to the Uncharted franchise sees the details dialed up to an uncanny level. The guys and gals at Naughty Dog are really doing their part to push the envelope! Take a closer look at the future of console gaming.
ZBrush artist Katerin takes this latest addition to the ZBrush universe to the next level. Be sure to visit her ZBrushCentral thread where you’ll see breakdowns for how this stylized character and her mythical companion came to life. Features like Noisemaker, Fibermesh and Polypainting were instrumental in helping to bring this duo to life.
ZBrush artist ajuricic brings a Jean-Baptiste Monge piece to into the world of digital clay. Be sure to check out his process for generating surface textures and sculpting details and wrinkles. After the drinks were poured and the bubbles settled, this guy smiled his way onto the Top Row. You can see an entire collection of Top Row candidates inside the ZBrush Top Row Gallery.
“3DTotal introduces a new series of anatomical reference figures for artists, offering the male anatomy in a full planar model – designed by popular demand! – Plus new full nude and full écorché versions. We also reveal how to create convincing bio-suits for male characters that fit the human anatomy perfectly!”
If you “smell what the Rock is cooking”, chances are it involves another box office hit. Be sure to check out a behind the scenes breakdown of Hercules in this FXGuide interview. You’ll hear how concept artist Rob Bliss and the Weta Workshop used ZBrush to bring a sixteen foot lion to life. FXGuide is a premier publication committed to continually giving readers the goods on how their favorite special effects come to life.
ZBrushCentral is the place to see the latest in digital sculpting goodness from around the world. This recent addition sees Acornboy aka Sam Greenwell bring an enchanted moment under the sea to life. Check out more from this talented “digital clay slinger” inside his user gallery.
ZBrusher Zbynek_k puts the rub down on a the latest Voltaren topical cream advert. Check out a full collection of figures inside Zbynek_k’s user gallery. Be sure to check out our ZBrush Industry pages for more interesting uses of the world’s favorite digital sculpting software, ZBrush.
It’s no secret that the Trojan Horse Was A Unicorn Festival 2014 went off like a roman candle exploding in the night. In a well-deserved feature interview with FXGuide, the team at Techno Image are finally getting the exposure they deserve. Comprised of Guilherme Proença, Lucas Leibholz, Pedro Conti, Tiago Hoisel and Rodnei Bassani, this team is a force to be reckoned with. Visit ZBrushCentral to see more of how this incredible trailer was brought to life with a little help from ZBrush.
If you are a ZBlog follower, you’ll no doubt have heard and seen their exploits before. Notable for their work in commercial advertising, the crew is poised to continue leaving a mark on the industry. Find out more about the Trojan Horse Was A Unicorn Festival by visiting their homepage.
Laika takes 3D printing to the next level with the fan-favorite, “Boxtrolls”. In this FXGuide exclusive, you’ll find out how ZBrush helped bring an unprecedented number of 3D printed expressions to life. It’s enough to make our printed heads spin.
Be sure to check out more from this talented group of artists by visiting their homepage.
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