More …
Snapshot3D
Discover the SpotLight feature Snapshot3D, convert greyscale or alpa based images to 3D models!
Snapshot3DBPR Filters
Welcome to a 5 part Workshop that features an in depth look at how ZBrush's BPR Filters work. In each BPR Filter Lesson, we'll show 5 NPR examples, a ballpoint pen look, a pencil sketch look, several halftone examples with dots and lines, and finally a blueprint example.
BPR FiltersUniversal Camera
Make adjustments to your camera position and focal length between ZBrush and other 3D applications with Universal Camera.
Universal CameraFolders
Organize your ZBrush creations using the Folder system. There's much more to Folders than you may think, discover the power of Folder Actions, play our Lesson videos to learn how!
FoldersZRemesher 3.0 - KeepCreases & KeepGroups
Let's familiarize ourselves a little better with ZRemesher's KeepCreases & KeepGroups functionality. In this Lesson example, we'll take a pair of mech designed wings with various types of topology and apply ZRemesher with the help of Creases and PolyGroups. Applying these functions can assist with future mesh editing including Dividing, sculpting, and PolyPainting.
ZRemesher 3.0 -...ZRemesher 3.0 - DetectEdges
Let's familiarize ourselves a little better with ZRemesher's DetectEdges functionality. In this Lesson example, we'll take a gear model that has a triangulated mesh with no PolyGroups or no mesh ID, but has edges to help utilize the DetectEdges function. Once DetectEdges is activated, we can convert our mesh to quad based geometry, create PolyGroups, and most importantly retain our clean or hard edges. This function can assist with future mesh editing including Dividing and sculpting or features that utilize PolyGroups.
ZRemesher 3.0 -...
:D ;) :confused: :evil: :cry: :idea: :lol: :rolleyes:

Highlighted Forums

  1. toprow threads with more than half a million views

    Forum Actions:

    Forum Statistics:

    • Threads: 31
    • Posts: 23,801
+ Create New Thread + Reply to My Thread
10-14-16

4

1

thread gallery
4 Favorites and 7Followers.
Planes of the Head: Faraut's Version

  • Paul Marx
    10-14-16
    It is. Send me a private message if you want to buy it. Thanks!
  • Paul Marx
    10-14-16
    But note it's not Faraut's model, it's my version of it. You can buy an original cast frot his online shop. I have only my 3D iterpretation of it.
  • Nathan Swann
    10-24-16
    No, will not buy it now/ Sorry, man.
09-28-16

2

1

0

thread gallery
4 Favorites and 7Followers.
Ballerina Sketches

  • Paul Marx
    09-28-16
    I'm trying to make a bas-relief. These are just the messy sketches put together.
11-02-15

3

0

0

thread gallery
4 Favorites and 7Followers.
A quick portrait

05-18-15

3

2

1

thread gallery
4 Favorites and 7Followers.
Mist
This is based on photo of a marble bust I tried to copy for practice.

  • ABDOLER
    05-19-15
    real good the way you captured that bust...congrats...
05-07-15

0

1

thread gallery
4 Favorites and 7Followers.
My sister
This is a quick sketch of my sister in law

04-28-15

3

4

0

thread gallery
4 Favorites and 7Followers.
Ton Roosendaal
The President of Blender

  • Paul Marx
    04-28-15
    I know, it may be not ethical to post a sculpt of the Blender founder made in Blender , in ZBrush forum. But there are so many interferences between ZB and Blender ! I wish I knew who was a founder of ZBrush. I could make a bad sculpt of him as well!
  • mattj324
    04-28-15
    Nice, are you going to take it further, sculpting wise?
  • Paul Marx
    04-29-15
    Do you think it requires more sculpting? You’re probably right, but the model is for 3D printing so smaller details will be eventually lost anyway.
04-13-15

4

4

0

thread gallery
4 Favorites and 7Followers.
Art Deco Portrait
I tried to do something in Art Deco style, but it looks like neo-classical. I’ve failed, sorry.

  • Paul Marx
    04-14-15
    Great point, Fonty! Thank you!
  • Paul Marx
    04-16-15
    This was done in Blender as you can see from this Matcap, and I used simple Draw, Crease and Smooth brushes.
04-10-15

3

0

0

thread gallery
4 Favorites and 7Followers.
An Experiment
I’ve tried to reveal the information contained in the scan taken with a Structure Sensor. It is just an experiment. You can see an initial scan in white. This is a real person, of course. And a few may know who he is, if they use Blender

04-03-15

3

9

1

thread gallery
4 Favorites and 7Followers.
Art Nouveau Girl
I like the monsters at this forum (I mean both artists and their creatures), but aren’t there enough? This one is just for a change. I don’t like sweeties myself, but I’ve made this one as sweet as possible. No render, just a Blender Matcap. A simple matcap can reveal much more imperfections in sculpting than a good render can hide, and this what I want to get your critics.

  • Takai
    04-07-15
    I like how elegant she looks, like royalty, but she is also has handmaid garb. Hrm. Is this based on a painting or sculpture prior or and original concept?
  • Paul Marx
    04-08-15
    Good question! It’s a combination of ideas and photos I take while travelling: The pose and a garb are from a sculpture from Le Petit Palais, Paris, the face is from a house décor from Moscow, the hair cut is from Alphonse Mucha’s work from Prague....
03-26-15

3

3

0

thread gallery
4 Favorites and 7Followers.
Likeness Study
I hope this WIP is recognizable. Comments are welcome.

  • skinnybonez
    03-26-15
    RINGO!!!! hehehe just kiddin...that's definitely Paul....right?
  • Gordon Robb
    03-26-15
    That's certainly who it looks like to me.
  • Paul Marx
    03-27-15
    You are so so so smart, guys! Thank you for clicking the thread. I must confess it was done in Blender as I don't have ZBrush yet. This is why Paul looks a bit like Ringo and even John.
03-11-15

2

0

thread gallery
4 Favorites and 7Followers.
Classical Bust
I made few reference photos in Louvre and tried to sculpt. This is my first entry in this great forum, so please be forgiving.

  • Blight Feeder
    03-11-15
    Great sculpt, good form and clothing folds could definitely see that in the Louvre.