If you are looking to add more bite to your bark, look no further than the Phoenix Atelier’s latest offering. Andrew Baker guides students through an intense course designed to take their skills further. Andrew is an accomplished artist and currently a Senior Designer at the Weta Workshop. Sign up today!
We’re getting closer to lift-off! The ZBrush Summit is only 14 days away! Register today to see LIVE artist demos, industry panel discussions, interviews and a sneak peek of the latest version of ZBrush. Remember, the ZBrush Summit is a FREE event happening LIVE and STREAMING around the globe. See you all soon!!!
The second in a series of anatomical reference models from 3DTotal has been successfully crowd funded via Kickstarter. You can still put your best foot forward and support the cause with a contribution and walk away with some cool stuff. Be sure to visit the 3D Total website for more CG art, tutorials and articles than you can shake a leg at.
We see a lot of cool apps and ideas flow through the office on a daily basis. This latest post by ZBSee member, mkonomos takes us into a whole other realm. Developing a surgical app using ZBrush makes learning anatomy a breeze. Find out more about how mkonomos, aka Michael Konomos and his colleagues at the Emory University School of Medicine are changing the way we see the human body, one organ at a time.
The Beatles hit American shores in the 1960′s and changed the way we listened to music. This Rhino beetle will change the way you see bugs. ZBrushCentral member, RossMccabe delivers a “whole lotta Rosie” with his first post. Check out more renders of the this small earth dweller inside his user gallery. If it’s bugs your into, be sure to check out fellow ZBSee member Eric Keller aka robotball’s latest DVD from the Gnomon Workshop, “Hyper-Reel Insect Design”.
We’re back with another automotive inspired “digital clay” breakdown. This time, the CarStylus team presents everything you’ll need to create wheel designs inside ZBrush. Whether you’re into rat-rods, muscle cars or high output prototype racers, this video should help you burn serious amounts of digital rubber! If you are looking for more industrial design tutorials, be sure to check out our latest video series on designing a futuristic helmet. We’ve produced over 25 video tutorials inside ZClassroom to help you take your industrial designs to the next level.
Alex Alverez just wrapped production on two DVD tutorials featuring everything you’ll need to build your own “brave new worlds”. That’s right, this is your chance to dive in with a true digital art pioneer for over 10 hours of focused learning. The DVD’s titled, “Creating Terrains with Satellite Data, Volume 1 and Volume 2″ are available now through the Gnomon Workshop. Check out Alex’s process and see how ZBrush is playing a role in helping him get the job done. The Gnomon Workshop provides high-end digital art training covering everything from drawing to sophisticated 3D modeling techniques.
Chris Thackrey shifts and morphs digital clay to showcase the potential for architectural and furniture design use inside ZBrush. Visit Flying Architecture for more incredible design concepts from around the world. Be sure to fill your head’s with more industrial design tutorials by visiting our latest series of videos. Navigate to ZClassroom today to take your digital sculpting skills further. Whether your looking for basic videos or more dedicated feartures, ZClassroom has what you need to maximize your Zbrush experience.
If you’re looking for more educational content to satisfy your digital clay needs, hop on over to Sculpt Cookie. You’ll gain access to video tutorials covering a wide range of topics. This isn’t your ordinary digital sculpting resource center. Sculpt Cookie features traditional methods for sculpting the “old fashioned” way too.
The Digital Sculpture Project is an undertaking of magnificent proportions. Professor Bernard “Bernie” Frischer leads a team of dedicated men and women committed to the preservation and restoration of priceless artifacts from the ancient world. The program represents the future of archeological preservation and strives to expand the study of how 3D technology “can be applied to the capture, representation and interpretation of sculpture from all periods and cultures.” Learn more about how ZBrush is being used to hold the past together in this telling video breakdown.