Sorry for my late,i was really busy,
So i see, a lot of questions, well,
O/MI : Well, i will do a video of my process once i've got more time to show.
Masart: Thanks man!
LeoAMD: Thank you dude!
dingle001: I promise, hen i've got more time, i wil prepar a video of my process.
Daniel Biggers: I'm glad to know it can help you, thanks for your kind words,
dont hesitate to post your next modeling in the zbrushcentral forum!
how long? it depend, i think after 2 weeks to play with it, you can understand all the tools.
it's really fun when you find workflow to design what you really want.
One tips? try each tools in the zmodeler brushe and mix, try to do basic shapes.
Don't do a complexe modeling at the beginning, cause it's other way to modeling, not like others 3D programs.
I think we dont have to compare it with 3d software.
It's cool way to stay on zbrush, to stay focus on your modeling or sculpt, to not export in other softs.
ryankingslien: Thanks man, i put all love i have to show you the power and potential of Zmodeler.
Mahlikus : Yes, it was a great experience mate
Freewaldo: Totally agree!!!! thanks!
jelee: Thank you man, i'm enjoy the workflow, it takes me few times to improve it, but i did it! can't wait to see yours !
hdani28560: Hehe! you will be so happy when you modeling eveything with your wacom stylet!
Pendraia: Thank you, be patient, i will do a short video when i will find time, actually, i can't, so busy, sorry.
djwaterman: Thank you, yes, design was my priority, over the technique modeling,
Cool you find it! the famous Qcube!
andreseloy: Good question, forgot all you learn about 3d applications, it's a new way to modeling, one tips?
Try crease tool with Dynamic sub-D, it's one of my favorite tool!
and here, others renders of the robot arms (it was a work in progress) , i've done when once ,i understood the tool.
Thanks everyones for your comments.