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Painting-Introduction
The final addition to this incredible series of videos, will cover all that is necessary to texture the final helmet design. Polypainting, Spotlight, and Materials are some of the key features that will be covered.
Painting-Introduction Painting-Layer Masking
Using a combination of masking and layers, Joseph demonstrates a quick and easy method to applying a custom paint job to the helmet.
Painting-Layer Masking Painting-Spotlight Texturing
Spotlight allows the use of images loaded directly into ZBrush to apply texture information to your model. Joseph demonstrates how he uses this method to apply refined texture details.
Painting-Spotlight … Painting-Alpha Texturing
Alphas are one of the easiest ways to apply texture or sculptural details. Watch how Joseph utilizes this feature to add texture details to the helmet.
Painting-Alpha Text … Reference Introduction
Joseph Drust introduces the key features he will be covering in the following videos.
Reference Introduction Basemesh Introduction
this video gives a brief explanation of the various methods that will be covered in the following base mesh videos.
Basemesh Introduction Sculpting Introduction
Introducing the next topic of videos, sculpting. Joseph covers all topics that are involved in this series.
Sculpting Introduction
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ZBrush 4R7: Released!
ZBrush 4R7 is the final iteration within the ZBrush 4 series before we move to ZBrush 5.0. As with our previous point releases, it doesn't simply make a few minor changes but rather is packed with major additions. In fact, 4R7 is one of the most extensive releases since ZBrush 4 came out. Signature features in ZBrush 4R7 include: ArrayMesh, NanoMesh and ZModeler with QMesh. All of these features are useful throughout the creative process, from initial creation of your model to beautifying your artwork. They allow you to stay within ZBrush for more of your workflow, doing things that were either impractical or even outright impossible to accomplish before now. Beyond its feature set, the core of ZBrush is being reworked and ZBrush 4R7 will be the first version of ZBrush that is released with optional 64-bit support. This will allow you to fully harness your machine's computing power, not only allowing for higher polygon counts but also making it possible for you the artist to create more art in less time! ZmyAtQYobV8 By purchasing or upgrading to ZBrush 4R7, you will add another set of tools to your arsenal, expanding your artistic freedom and creativity. ZModeler - This smart polygonal modeling system is designed to simplify your creation process. Quickly and dynamically create new shapes, doing so more easily than ever before possible: fuse polygons, delete full blocks of geometry, connect parts with advanced paths, and repeat your actions with a single click! NanoMesh & ArrayMesh - You as the artist can bring more complexity and detail to your work while still maintaining a low polygon count. Both NanoMesh and Array Mesh will allow for multiple instances of any object to be created and then adjusted in a matter of seconds. 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With a single click, you can automatically produce organic or hard surface topology without spirals. If one-click topology isn't the right answer for every situation, you can intuitively take control of the re-topology process with curves to assist in determining polygon flow. FBX Import/Export - To continue improving its integration with the artist's pipeline, ZBrush 4R7 introduces a new free plugin: FBX Import Export. This supports texture, normal and displacement maps, blendshapes, smoothing based on normals and much more! Other Enhancements and Additions - As with past updates, ZBrush 4R7 doesn't stop at major features. It also includes numerous other additions which will improve your productivity and creativity. A few are: Replay Last can now be reapplied to any portion of the model. Background images applied with the Grid system can now be projected onto your model for a painted guide in your newest creations. Start any sculpt with the new polygonal Cube, Sphere and Cylinder primitives. Automatically center the TransPose line on any unmasked, partially visible or symmetrical piece of geometry with one click. Copy and Paste between Tools, SubTools and even Projects. And a whole lot more! Upgrade Instructions ZBrush 4R7 is a free-of-charge upgrade for all registered users of ZBrush on Windows and Mac systems. Upgrading to ZBrush 4R7 requires the use of a stand-alone (full) installer. For this particular upgrade it is not possible to use the Auto-Update feature. To download the full installer, CLICK HERE. If you have ZBrush 3.5 or below, you will need a new serial number. Submit a Support Ticket. *For our floating license users, the upgrade paths above will not work. In order to ensure that our largest clients receive the most stable version possible, we are delaying the floating license release until mid February. This will allow it to include any required patches from the outset. Please subscribe to the RSS feed on our Support Portal to receive automatic notification when the floating version is released. Purchasing ZBrush 4R7 ZBrush 4R7 Win and Mac is available for sale in the Pixologic online store, for immediate download. Pixologic will continue to offer ZBrush 4R7 at its current price of USD 795. BUY NOW Purchasing the ZBrush to KeyShot Bridge (ZBridge) The ZBrush to KeyShot Bridge plugin is required to connect ZBrush 4R7 with KeyShot 5 (any version). It is available for purchase from the Pixologic store for USD 149. BUY NOW This DOES NOT include KeyShot! If you do not have KeyShot you will need a license for that as well, which is a separate purchase. Purchasing KeyShot for ZBrush This is a special version of KeyShot 5 with all the features of KeyShot HD, except that it has unlimited render resolution and can only import models via the ZBrush to KeyShot Bridge. KeyShot for ZBrush is a separate product in the Pixologic store. It does NOT include the ZBrush to KeyShot Bridge. To receive the discounted bundle price of $249 for both the ZBrush to KeyShot Bridge and KeyShot for ZBrush you must add BOTH products to your shopping cart in the store. You will then see the discounted price of USD 249 when you check out. BUY NOW Learning the New Features Documentation for the new version is installed with ZBrush 4R7. You will find a Documentation folder within your ZBrush installation directory, containing PDF files covering the new features in recently released versions. Online documentation is available at docs.pixologic.com. We will also be adding new movies to the Education section at www.pixologic.com to demonstrate the new features and their use. ZBrush 4R7 also includes your favorite plugins: Blend Shapes . UV Master . Paint Stop . 3D Print Exporter . Decimation Master . ZAppLink . Multi-Map Exporter TransPose Master . SubTool Master etc... 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  • allaze-eroler
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    go there : https://support.pixologic.com/ which it's where you can report these problems
  • AceFreholy
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    I am trying to activate the Keyshot bridge in Zbrush 4R7 and it asks me to activate the license. I go exactly were it is and for some reason it will not show? I have it and it is there but there is nothing for me to click on. Any one else have this...
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    Not fixed - alpha mid value is locked at 50 and texture gets scaled up *3... but see workaround...
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  • Santis
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    Love these last ones from you Matt, really enjoying it! Great to see you posting again
  • michalis
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    Beautiful sculpting!!! Love these posts.
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Hello my dear friends! Finally found some time to polish her more. Happy to say the project is still alive. Before introducing this changes I also worked a lot on making the environment for the final render. And oh, that's a lot of stuff is going on behind the scenes so don't think I'm fulling around all this time So I finally added arms and hands. Forearms are looking a bit too long though. Plus they need more love and polishing. I always have troubles when sculpting wrist flexors in pronated position. Tried also to implement changes suggested by several users above. Thank you guys! I already had some skin striation at her back so to refine her back I was forced to smooth everything. Also I did it without symmetry on, so the left Serratus anterior is bulging more under the Latissimus dorsi compare to the right side. Will fix it tomorrow. Usually I just sculpt my own hands since they are quite delicate and fit nicely to female characters. This time I used another reference. Mainly because she needs specific hands with prominent features (she is a devilish spirit after all), but also to add some variety. I worked at her face as well. Still not satisfied with the result. I think I would try break the symmetry next since her face is quite asymmetrical. And maybe make her cheek-bones slightly prominent. And add some stray hair cause now the hair line looks weird. Any advices would be really helpful. This is the last WIP image of this character I upload here. Just don't want to annoy you with numerous iterations. Next time I will post a finished figure or maybe even posed. Cheers!

  • fabiomsilva
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    very nice job! anatomy is looking great
  • Vir Norin
    1 Hour Ago
    Thank you very much! Glad to hear you like her.
  • Santis
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    Very nice work on your last female study!
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Yup. Tons! Like Ctrl+Shift+alt+Z = ZModeler Brush! Just another angle I forgot to upload yesterday.

  • Mahlikus The Black
    9 Hours Ago
    Thank you. Bridging in Poly/face mode works with two adjacent faces. If the faces aren't next to each other, delete those faces to create holes and use the edge mode bridge to connect them. Follow the dialog in the brush reticle. =) I will be making...
  • Oddrobot
    7 Hours Ago
    great model! and thanks for all the videos/breakdowns.
  • Pendraia
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    Thanks for the link...take you time with more tutorials. I know how busy work can get at times.
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David Schultz - Zbrush 4r7 Beta Works
I had an amazing time getting to be a part of the Beta, and I wanted to share a couple of the images I worked on. I will post up some wireframes later on for anyone who wants to see them. I hope you all enjoy and have fun with 4R7! .

  • teeg000
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    Looking great! I especially love that last one! Would love to see those wireframes
  • dtschultz
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    Thanks a lot! I will post up some wireframes this weekend. Sorry, work has been a little bit crazy for me these last couple of days.
  • Freewaldo
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    This is intense, all the details.
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  • magbhitu
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    really great project! the character's face and overall design puts it squarely in Neverending Story territory. The one thing that bothers me is the wood grain directionality on the arches. maybe the grain should bend with the arch instead of cut across it...
  • vlad74
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    Thanks Magbhitu . You are absolutely right about the arches. Will have to fix them and rerender.
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Daniel Biggers: When my skeleton is at the lowest subdivision level it is 71k polys. I usually never go higher than that when posing the skeleton. The muscular system has about 620k polys at the lowest subdivision levels. All subtools have 4-5 subdivision levels (sort of irrelevant in my case since I do not have any micro details). Only time I use highest subdivision level on the skeleton and muscles is when I render. Two things that have really helped me regarding the memory limit is: 1. Zremesher is your best friend! Keep your lowest subdivision level as low as possible and as clean as possible. 2. Whenever you do an operation that you think might crash the program, hit the "Compact now"-buttion (Preferences->Mem->Compact Now). It helps a lot tyrellcorp: No secret, I am just very organized with my subtools and polygroups. It might look tricky because of all the parts but it is actually a whole lot simpler than trying to use the transpose tool on skin (with bone I do not have to worry about issues like twisting the skin etc). The muscles are the most difficult to work with (mostly because many of them are grouped into the same subtool). But now I found the spiral-brush, so made my life easier So, only transpose tool (move and rotate) and Spiral-brush. Thanks Some new images:

  • cjacobs1021
    17 Hours Ago
    I love these sculpts man, fantastic work. Currently doing lots of anatomy sculpts aswell.
  • Daniel Biggers
    14 Hours Ago
    Thank you for the info. My mesh is just under 16 mil just for the skeleton at the highest res, and thats before splitting the skull. I don't know off the top what it is at the lowest, but I know its a much higher count than yours. I am also trying to...
  • Alexander Kafoussias
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    cjacobs1021: Thank you I appreciate it! Make sure you post your anatomy sculpts, would love to see them! [FONT=Helvetica]Daniel Biggers: First off, sorry for being so slow getting back to you, very...
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More spiders
Here's a jumper, rendered in mental ray and Maya. All models are ZBrush and textures were polypainted in ZBrush (fur is Maya + Paint Effects). A link to my animated version: http://vimeo.com/117559794 and the model in ZBrush with some fibermesh tests:

  • jakejayeden
    14 Hours Ago
    Awesome Insect and Spider study!! Look very real
  • Pro4210
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    Very nice, particularly the plantlife. Can you tell us more about the process involved in the plantlife on the house?
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Quick_sculpt second try: Subject Dunkleosteus
This is my second try, i just need as much help as possible to get a better quality!!! So do not be shy and please make a lot of constructive critics!!!! ^^ Tnx a lot for any help i'll receive!!!! This is the final result. Step 1. Step2. Step 3. Division.

  • infestedivy
    14 Hours Ago
    @Zeriel Yes i have both! ^^ and yes i like to share information!!! ^^ Contact me on facebook, Ivano Borghi, we'll share there!!!!! i'm the one with the white rabbit!
  • Zeriel00
    11 Hours Ago
    How did you do the underwater scene? is amazing :O and is it my imagination or the fins are a little transparent?
  • infestedivy
    3 Hours Ago
    yep, post production... fast and not really accurated actually... for the water effect.... and yes the fins are a little transparent. About transparency you can just check on youtube for some tutorial sss2 for 3dsmax and maya, i'm guessing
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Dark witch
Hey everyone ! Heres my latest character. Its an old sculpt that i desided to texture and use to learn how to use vray. Everything is modeled in zbrush, textured in ddo and photoshop and rendered in vray. Hope you like it!

  • jan19
    14 Hours Ago
    Really detailed -- nicely crafted. :-)
  • Mandrin
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    Nice sculpt ! =D Amazing work !
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Thanos 3D Print
Hey Guys, Just want to share our first 3D print of a Thanos zbrush sculpt. Still a bit of experimenting to get a better print and also this is the raw print from the 3D printer, which has no cleanup done to it yet. We are looking to create some reverse molds from the 3D print for casting into other materials in the future. Final Print Keyshot previz Original ZB Sculpt

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Some more images,

  • Digitalplankton
    23 Hours Ago
    Unbelievable work! Reminds me of being in Nepal many years ago.
  • infestedivy
    21 Hours Ago
    Nothing more than ... MASTERPIECE!
  • tokio
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    Awesome work!!
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MiRO Sketchbook
This is my first time in here, is not a great art, but im trying to get better, and for that, i need to post what did...

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displacement

  • DanaArts
    17 Hours Ago
    Very nice. I've always wanted to learn how to render like that. Maybe someday. Great job!
  • Nealcrz
    16 Hours Ago
    Totally amazing stunning just wow!
  • MonstroTattoo
    8 Hours Ago
    Great job, incredible! Congratulations guy.
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Well I had to do some composite work because I wanted to enter this guy into a scholarship competition at my college. Personally, I am pretty proud of what I have achieved in the last few days. This is new territory for me, and I'm starting to see things I hadn't before. Hope you guys enjoy this render!

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  • SilentKiller
    2 Days Ago
    Okay, here we go: http://pixologic.com/ And no Spirals with the Zremesher! Yeaaaaaah! -> http://pixologic.com/zbrush/features/ZBrush4R7/feature-enhancements/#ZRemesher2
  • blackstaircase
    19 Hours Ago
    What are system requirements for4r7. I need a new co putter and I want the best set up to use your product.
  • jubala
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    blackstraircase I would look at this http://docs.pixologic.com/getting-started/system-requirements/
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Hey everyone! Thanks for the great comments, I'm honored and I'm glad the image comes across as intended(heavy as it is). TribunMaximus - That means a lot to me, you have no idea Rory_L - Thank you, and I hope for the best for your boy majid_smiley - Here is a screen grab of the zbrush setup. If anyone has any questions, feel free to ask. I'm hoping to do something of a breakdown soon.

  • lingz57
    4 Days Ago
    The war is not over, but inside the human heads ! We are not talking about a war, and about the master. Brilliant technically done ! Genius !
  • greenimation3d
    3 Days Ago
    Hey Kris, Its Hezzie from SCAD. Looks good man! Amazing, keep posting great work
  • KrisKelly3D
    9 Hours Ago
    I'm glad making this is also sparking conversation about war. lingz57 - True words. Thx a lot greenimation3d - Hezzie!!! Whats up bro!
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Thanks for the words of encouragement. Here are some more - working on smaller pieces - nothing that is meant to be "finished", just trying to get a handle on some of the detail work.

  • mitchfx
    10 Hours Ago
    It seems like you are coming along and using a good approach by taking on smaller sections. It would be good to see your latest sculpts without the color/texture displayed so we can get an idea of how the underlying form looks without the projected...
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Morgan Designs sci-fi military bipedal robotic walker concept
New Morgan Designs sci-fi military bipedal robotic walker concept piece. Its interesting to me the 1987 Robocop movie and the amazing ED-209 character has been permanently etched in my mind. To this day 28 years later, still serves as great inspiration in my concepts and designs. http://youtu.be/cCaMMxtjd7Q?list=UUGEezTnMkJHqJrwhLirxeKQ #zbrush#morgandesigns#pixologic#ed209#robocop#scifi#conceptart#walker#robot#droid#drone#weapondesign#usa#america

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@Eric: Theres a lot of pages because I never shut up! Its been awesome, and with this new stuff promises to be even more so. I would be careful with some of the tutorials, they are now, in many cases, rather obsolete, I will work on updating them at some point, but I don't think that the ZBC admins will let me change the old ones. @PFC: Yah, I know!!! Its insane how different things are and yet how much easier! This is 1,356 polygons:

  • jan19
    14 Hours Ago
    You're tearing it up! It's cool, to watch someone having so much fun.
  • Tartan
    13 Hours Ago
    Brilliant exploration as always Mealea! This thread always inspires me to come back to Sculptris and Z when I should be writing.. dammit! ahem Of these last two pages the one that intrigues me the most is what I am calling Tentacles hehe or maybe...
  • Zeriel00
    11 Hours Ago
    OMG That's amazing!! :O How did you do those colorful shapes? I haven't begun to learn R6 and R7 has so much cool stuff already! :O
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OMG since I'm still learning the buttons and I don't know 10% of what there is in this program yet I had to read your post like 3 times to figure it out! but WOW Extract is like Magic! *_* I also went and learned Shadow Box, it's really cool, I made this little bra lol Thank you both for your help! I'm learning 100 new things per minute and I get more questions as I go, It's a bit annoying that this forum only let's me post every few hours... I'll keep asking and reading online until I can finish this project ^_^ Also I have another question, why is it that people make the eyes with a hole in the middle? Is that how you make them look shiny when you do Materials? I still don't know what UVs are or how you make skins, only the poly paint... Going to start the body soon ^^