There have been more than our fair share of extraordinary artists posting here on ZBC. Every day seems to yield a fresh new approach to creating art in Zbrush. This week I would like to celebrate one of the most unique approaches (of course IMHO) I have seen here.
It would have been better for me to have approached Alemar himself to lead you into this challenge but he does an excellent job of explaining his thoughts and technique in this matter in this thread.....
(I would like to add....before clicking you should know that the link below....may contain images you find disturbing. These are Alemar's visions of War following his dream of being able to create in 3D the paranoic-critic method, so clicking on the link below is at your discretion only, Please if any view of war might upset you skip this challenge!)
Alemar's Vision of the Paranoic-Critic Method in Zbrush
So the challenge this week is to join Alemar in his journey.
#1. Definitely follow the link and at the very least read his first 3 posts as he gives the technique you are to follow here.
#2. Following his examples, show us your interpretation of the paranoic-critic method using Zbrush.
#3. You must show a timelapse pic (get Pixolator's way cool timelapse plugin here) or a Zscript of the process!!! This is a must.....we want to follow along in the free thinking/creation process...dazzle us with non-thinking, spur of the moment creation.
#4. Of course you must also show a pic of the finished product.....whether or not its colored up is up to you.....but show us the end product your freedom of thought and action produced.
#5. If ya enjoyed the first round....do it again!!
Remember these challenges are open to anyone and everyone so ....show us your new skills, newbies and you old timers out there....show us your stuff!!!
This challenges is for fun and kudo's only. Pixologic has nothing to do with it other than allowing us to enjoy and abuse their program to death and host our fun here on their forums. Remember to give them a big thank you now and then for such a cool program!!!
enjoy the process!