ZBrush is all about imagination, helping you as artists to unleash your potential and create whatever you can imagine.
ZBrushCentral is a place where artists can meet and share their ideas, vision and techniques. As such, contributions both new and old are constantly capturing people's imaginations and inspiring all of us on to new heights.
What better way to measure the topics and contributions that have captured your imaginations as ZBC members than what threads you tell your friends about and keep coming back to? We've been watching and there are now several threads that have been so incredibly interesting to everyone that they have racked up over 500,000 views! In fact, there's one that has topped a whopping one million visits! This is an absolutely incredible accomplishment and deserves special attention.
To that end, we've created a new forum specifically for these blockbuster threads. Starting immediately and going forward we will move any Top Row thread that passes 500,000 views into this sub-forum.
This will serve two great functions:
First, it serves as well-deserved recognition for those artists whose contributions have been so outstanding that they've struck a chord with hundreds of thousands of their fellow members. Well done! You represent some of the absolute best of ZBrushCentral and it has been a pleasure to watch the way your work has influenced people.
Second, it serves as a central place where such great contributions can be collected.
While we may be starting out with only a half dozen threads, it is our great hope that this number will swell in the coming months and years. Be assured that we will be anxiously watching for when we can move the next thread into this gallery! There are actually several well on the way.
For now, please join us in congratulating these phenomenal artists. Give yourselves a pat on the back while you're at it. After all, no thread could achieve a half million views without you -- the many ZBrush users who have shown such interest in the software, the forum and these specific threads.