Any of you into web design?
If so have a look at Swish. Swish can take your image from Zbrush and then build it into a 'flash' file or swf.
I haven't done this yet (with zbrush) but I have done this with images created in Photoshop. For examples see www.swishportal.com To downlaod a demo of Swish see www.swishzone.com
Maybe there is an opportunity for us to swap our knowledge, skills and experience to the benefit of all. All of the interfaces, menus and so on can be downloaded from my swishportal site in the Swish format .swi
I hope this of use.
You have some nice work there. Very subtle. I have used SWISH and I use flash every now and again. Do you do it for a living?
I am medically retired. I 'do' web design for a bit of fun, learning, and of course some pocket money!
I started using Flash, then I found Swish. I find that I can do almost everything I want to do in Swish. (Of course I am biased!, I am a moderator on the flashkit 'Swish' community. See http://board.flashkit.com/board/foru...php?forumid=17 )
(I am also a mod on the Flax forum http://board.flashkit.com/board/foru...php?forumid=39 Flax is a text effects generator.) It can produce great text effects and is similar to Wildform SWFX, which also has a forum at http://board.flashkit.com/board/foru...php?forumid=31
However; Flax and Wildform merely produce text effects, whereas Swish is (basically) a cut down and very, very easy to use approach to producing 'Flash' effects.
I was so impressed with Swish that I started up my own domain www.swishportal.com to help new users of swish with examples and source code.
So if you use Swish have a look at my examples, all are available for download. and are set upo so that a new user can easily take them apart and put them together again!
If only someone would do the same for ZBrush! (Oops maybe they have!, if so I apologise up front! )
I have tried to create depth with my photoshop images that i use as the main intro. ( www.almark.net )
I realise now that 'depth' in photoshop is an illusion.
"ZBrush is so deep that I am afraid of falling into it!"
I have read over some of the manuals, but as a new user I feel that it will probably take me ages to get to grips with it.
I miss the 'right click' - explainations and so on...