Thursday, August 16, 2012

Concepting In ZBrush (With Dynamesh

Here is a new series of videos that I created to show students how to concept/3D Sketch inside of ZBrush

These series of video's will lead you through the creation of this model:

This video will cover the concepts behind 3D sketching/concepting in ZBrush.

This video will talk about ZBrush projects, how to load them and how to load a new dynamesh project using lightbox.

This video will take a look at how to navigate in ZBrush. This is video for the beginner ZBrush Artist. There is something at the end of the video for the more advance user. (How to barrel roll you canvas.) Hold Shift and move your mouse/pen cursor left and right and then let go of shift to invoke the barrel roll of your canvas.

This will be the first brush introducing us to brushes in ZBrush. We will be looking at the move brush, how to change brush size and also how to store hotkeys for our brush.

In this video we will go over the basics of dynamesh, how to load it and how to change the resolution of our models geometry.

In this videos we will discover the power of using masks in ZBrush to aid in the sculpting process.

In this video we will look at the standard brush in ZBrush. We will also look at lazy mouse to produce very clean strokes.

In this video we will take a look at the clay tubes brush inside of ZBrush.

In this video we will take a look at the polish brushes inside of Zbrush.

In this video we will take a look at the damStandard Brush inside of ZBrush.

This video will cover how to use the inflate brush in Zbrush.

Learn how to use the mesh insert brushes in ZBrush.

In this video we will look at how to duplicate subtools, then take these subtools and mirror them.

In this video we will learn how to use the curve brushes in Zbrush to add new geometry to our model.

Finishing up the model in ZBrus. Put in a time-lapse mode to speed up the process

This is the continuation of the Zbrush time-lapse session where I pull all the ideas in the previous videos and finish up the model.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for all of your video's
I've learned so much with your tutorials
All the best to you