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Getting Started with Sculptris Pro
This 3 part Workshop hosted by Paul Gaboury will get you up and running on everything Sculptris Pro, from UI and usage, customization, and combining it with other ZBrush features.
Getting Started with...Using Tessimate
Learn to manipulate topology to your needs with the Tessimate feature. Your host Paul will show multiple examples of how to use this powerful feature with the addition of explaining the difference between Tessimate and Decimate.
Using TessimateThe Basics of PolyGroupIt
In this 2 part Workshop, Paul Gaboury will give you a full run down of how to use PolyGroupIt, then in part 2 we'll show you how PolyPaint and PolyGroupIt can be utilized together.
The Basics of...Using Elastic & Liquid Curve Mode
This Lesson will show multiple Curve Mode examples including IMM Curves, the elastic option, the liquid option, Lock Start, Lock End, Rotate Curve, and Smooth Curve. Now let's go make some Curves!
Using Elastic &...Discovering Groups by Normals
Creating PolyGroups can be very useful when modeling and or sculpting in ZBrush. In this Lesson, we'll demonstrate how to create new PolyGroups on a hard surface model using it's normals and edge degrees.
Discovering Groups by...Deformers
A Workshop focused on the powerful wide spectrum of ZBrush's Deformers. Buckle in as your host Solomon Blair takes you through each Deformer and their abilities.
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  • boozy floozie
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    Nice to see you back with great new work
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Something new... I've been away for a while.

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A final version...

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  • Navarokoj
    05-14-18
    These would make for some amazing posters. Love all the colors and details, you've done a great job with all of these.
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A slightly new direction...

  • Erik Heyninck
    03-12-18
    Very well done and inspiring. Pity it is that small and also that you tend to disrupt the vieing pleasure with stamping your personal data all over the work. Your style is so personal that a single mentioning would suffice. But of course you are free to...
  • SilverNightSigh
    03-12-18
    Thanks very much, I'm glad you like it. Unfortunately the watermarking is necessary, as I've had my work stolen in the past. Being unique or individual is no insurance that individuals will respect a copyright.
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Sea Sibyl, Cybele Floating, frail, in gentle tides Rests in sedges waving In watered air

01-30-18

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Botanical and marine studies.

  • boozy floozie
    02-07-18
    I now understand what Ernst Haeckel , stripey toothpaste and psilocybin have in common. Highly individual work. Hope the show is a great success !!
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Here's a poster for my upcoming show at PARABOLIC in Fresno, CA.

08-14-17

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Plastic Protozoa.

  • boozy floozie
    08-16-17
    Always a pleasure to see a new post from your good self. Always inspiring and exploratory.
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Foraminifera; theoretical protozoa.

06-13-17

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Everything here is made and rendered in zbrush. This image is being printed 30"x40." They have an entirely different character when viewed large.

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Violet Corals. Everything is rendered in zbrush, with a bit of postwork in photoshop. I resurrected the old "ivy generator" made by Thomas Luft and figured out how to make it communicate with zbrush. And here is an enlarged segment so you can see some of the details more clearly.

  • boozy floozie
    05-02-17
    Aaaah yes, and of course you can multi stack nanomesh indexes. A fascinating road of discovery and possibilities awaits
  • SilverNightSigh
    05-02-17
    It's amazing to me what this ivy generator can do, and my image doesn't even do it justice. I love the fact that it can be harnessed to do other things. I have some remarkable little tests that I plan to post sometime soon.
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More experiments.

  • Gnaws
    04-10-17
    Absolutely amazing!! Now I'm really depressed. =[
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  • boozy floozie
    03-19-17
    Will I get stung? Intriguing and individual work with a most zingy pallet. Lovely too see a new post
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A new experiment, a slightly different direction...

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Another image for my collection of landscapes.

08-22-15

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Hydra

  • Takai
    08-22-15
    Otherworldly beauty!
08-10-15

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Tiny river gods...

  • trickmonkey
    08-10-15
    That's cool, i like it. Is it meant to be underwater? Maybe just adding some floating debris and atmosphere will make it look like it is underwater. Great image.
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An Alien Visitor
Everything made in Zbrush.

  • gmp1993
    08-06-15
    Glad I could inspire you a Bit Guess I'll have to do some Experimenting...
  • SilverNightSigh
    08-06-15
    Daniele Valeriani's work is awe-inspiring and absolutely brilliant. I'm honored to be compared to him, but I think I have a long way to go!
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Another image
Another panel loop experiment. Everything made in Zbrush.

  • kokoro
    08-04-15
    this is fantastique! bravo!
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Oculus

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Apparitions
All kinds of things going on here... texture, displacement, painting, etc. I think I'm channelling Giger today, and listening to too much Autechre.

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Cyclade
Just fooling around a bit here. Simple modelling, displacement.

  • bfgnz
    07-11-15
    Really cool. I like this sort of stuff.
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Dream Landscape
All items created with Zbrush, and a bit of postwork in Photoshop

06-11-15

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Primeval Morning

  • Fonty
    06-12-15
    most excellent mate any chance we can see the mesh id love to look at that lol weird i know but hey arnt we all us artists anyway as i said excellent
  • SilverNightSigh
    06-12-15
    Thanks Fonty, glad you like! One of these times I'll post a few stages of my process, for sure.
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Another Grasshopper...
All made with Zbrush, and a bit of Photoshop postwork.

  • boozy floozie
    04-27-15
    Your coloration really adds something special to an already fabulous piece . Your approach not only allows the subject to be viewed objectively but also as an emotive abstract which I likey very muchy Lovely post.
  • SilverNightSigh
    04-27-15
    Thank you very much for the nice comment. That atmospheric quality was very important to me, so I thank you for pointing it out!
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Grasshopper
Here's a version of a grasshopper I'm working on. A few more versions to come.

  • Paul Marx
    04-13-15
    Incredible! The first row immediately, please!
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Anisoptera
My "little" dragonfly, created entirely with Zbrush. A great deal of trial and time went into this one, and I learned so much!. I have a new fascination and respect for these fierce little creatures; the further I got into this project, the more I realized I couldn't cut corners or stop short. The wings were a particular challenge, and required many attempts... each wing was meticulously constructed one vein and cell at a time; rather than being 2D planar elements, the wings are fully realized three-dimensional models. The compound eyes are made of 24,000 components. I'll post another image sometime to show how the legs, head and wings move freely. I made allowances to animate this model in the future. The anatomy may not be perfect, but it contains elements of truth and detail that startle me nonetheless. For me, drawing is a process that ocurrs mainly in the mind; it requires a conception and awareness that goes beyond "mere" reproduction. Coordinating images in the mind is as important as coordinating the hand with the brain. Uniting those faculties in images like these gives me a great sense of accomplishment. In addition, it opens the door to increasingly difficult challenges.

  • SilverNightSigh
    03-31-15
    Thanks very much, RobbieX, I really appreciate it!
  • boozy floozie
    04-01-15
    Great use of color and saturation to bring all your hard work together not just technically but also aesthetically as a final image
  • SilverNightSigh
    04-01-15
    Thanks for the nice comment, I really appreciate it!
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Lucanus servus "Aurea"
Or, Golden Stag Beetle. This one took me a few days, but well worth the time.

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A Giant in the Grass
Another one of my ant renderings. Everything made with zbrush, including grass and branches.

  • ursid
    03-10-15
    This is great! I love the environment too
  • ursid
    03-10-15
    Hey I just looked at your work on artdoxa. This is wonderful! Is there a way to contact directly via email or something? Your work is great. take care, ursid
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Solitude
A lone ant, foraging in the late afternoon heat. All models made with Zbrush in approximately 4 hours.

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The Grain King
Here's another ant for my collection. Everything's made in Zbrush, with a bit of postwork in Photoshop.