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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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Écorché Study
First time here! Im really excited to share my Écorché study. This is a challenging piece to a beginner in zbrush but it´s a nice way to study the human body, I did all the pieces from scratch trying to really understand the origin and insertion of each muscle. For this project my references were mainly Paul Richer´s book (Artistic Anatomy) and Acland´s videos (Atlas of Human Body). Artstation: Hope you like it!

  • Mendy BM
    1 Week Ago
    NWoolridge, I don´t mind the feedback! In fact, when it has a good foundation, I love to recieved it, so I can grow and learn more! About the belly, I tried to show the external oblique and its aponeurosis, but you are right, the fibers should be in 45...
  • NWoolridge
    1 Week Ago
    Thanks! I really do mean it to be constructive, and we are all still learning! There is another issue, I think: the front-to-back skull proportion looks off. In other words, the skull is not deep enough. Here is a typical skull dimension...
  • Mendy BM
    1 Week Ago
    it was a dificult decision for me about the cranium size and shape, it varies a lot...but i agree with you, the posterior part feels a little short in the profile view. Btw, i liked the cranium correction you did, its like a hand drawn note! Ty again!