After a few hours of finally playing with the new Ziff II sketching in Z3.5,
I finally made my first zskiff. I would like to thank Pixologic for creating a
new way to not only express myself but inspiring me again to come back
here to share, learn, and teach (whatever I may).
This video was made to showcase the new zskiff, promote the use of Z
and hopefully convince my Administration to incorporate Z into my
I do apologize to Pixologic for emulating their look and feel in this post
but I am also utilizing this as a lesson for my Advance AV Production
class as to the importance of professional, post work production and
product continuity (no matter how small the project may seem). As a
teacher, how would I look if I do not employ what I teach?
P.S. I hate the tail fins..lol. They could have been a lot more organized.
Looks sloppy. Need more practice but I am not coming back to this
model. It is a true first try (with its awes AND flaws) and its time to move
on to the next and grow my zskiffing skills..lol.
Last edited by Mahlikus The Black; 09-13-09 at 05:35 PM.
So... Here is my second venture into the pleasure that is ZSkiff Creation.
I am become more and more comfortable with these new functions. I will
be setting some hotkeys to speed things up because I am a keyboard
person and it really quickens the creation process. More on that later.
I am recording the various session so I might make a movie of it's creation.
The goal is to use the zskiffs in ways some might not think about. I am also
using various Z features to help in the modeling process. Hopefully, I will
be able to finish before the week is out so that the video will be available
for the weekend.
Last edited by Mahlikus The Black; 09-14-09 at 10:18 PM.
Great work, just beautiful and that Seahorse like creature is just awesome.
By the way have you tried the Flush Zsketch brush yet, it acts like flatten brush, could have used it for that tail, I know you are done with that one but thought I mention it. Looking forward to see more from you.