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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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p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 14.0px 'Helvetica Neue'; color: #453530}Fibermesh practice in Zbrush. Wip, about 6 hours of work. All Sculpted/rendered/ animated (timeline) all in ZBrush2018 & ZBrush2019 . Music in honor of DJ Solarize_ Leon Botha. https://youtu.be/NNTXGYNkY0Q

  • brianlife
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    Wow, I get No views or comments on here, this industry is rough! Talking to myself of course!
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Brian Life Sketchbook
Character sculpt of Kirin Jindosh of Dishonored 2. (fan art sculpt ) 100% Zbrush2018, sculpt/paint/pose/render. I only used Photoshop to composite renders passes, add smoke fx and background image. Sculpted in 14 days, while enrolled in the "Game Art Institute / Art Test" November 2018. concept by artist Sergey Kolesov.

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Adrains Newport Concourse Trophy.
Hi, I was hired to sculpt a trophy design for an Auto show. The style was to be indicative of a Rodin style sculpture...a clay style, Loose and gestural. As if it was created in the early 1900s. This was a challenge since the car model is "metal" and hard surface, I chose to make the wheels oval, not perfectly round to give a motion spinning feel. The driver and passenger were made up. I posted a bit in the mirror, looked at some clothing of racing drivers, gear, apparel from the early 1900's. zNgJ1nlJRCg T_LSGGZfqCI

  • nebular
    11-05-18
    Wow man - fantastic job. I love how the road rolls - you can feel the speed. Great gesture and very cool style! You should post more renders!
  • brianlife
    11-05-18
    thanks, @Nebular! I appreciate your comment. The road was fun to do, to make it organic and flow! maybe you can help me, I don't know how to reply with "" Like directly to you. it' is not working.. Also my images are not displaying in the thread,...
  • nebular
    11-07-18
    When you double click on miniature of your image (in post editing) you will have some option how you want ti to look. First you need to insert image with "uupload image or file" option below post window. And I belive you can't directly talk to noone...
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Out the Box!
Pics from the day of delivery, to my apt. in Brooklyn Ny. its was Super excitied! All the hard word, worry, rush, to finally Feel, Hold the the statues in my hand was Amazing. Grefully they where all in Great condition! There was a minor chip taken off one of the base/ platform/floors..the rim. Easy fix, I used wood glue and sanded it, prior to priming. I later airbrushed them all w/ water-diluted Primer Not to thick, I didnt want the paint layers to cover/fill the fine details, textures. (Note: Keep thin layers of paint. you have one Primer layer & the final finish style paint job, w/if a gloss finish.These Layers of paint, if thick will cover & mute fine sculpted details, carful and keep in mind while sculpting first, be broad.) After touch assembly, touch-ups on sculpt, Primed, I then airbrushed the base silver. Please pardon my redundancy..? lol. Oh, prior to assembling the parts with epoxy, I unfort. Drrrropped one body: the Top body w/arm, on my wooden floor! Ugggh! Popped Off his pointer finger! lol! Ouch!..lol! I couldn't find the lil f@ckin finger Anywhere, it was Gowwwne! It was so tiny, not even a tooth pics thickness...Ahhh! Then I bugged out, "Sh!t! No time, must sculpt!" ...I had to Finish and Dry the trophies to then pack, Super safe Bring them in a Big rolling Suit case, by morning! From NYC 2 Boston, a four hour ride. I resolved the problem by sculpting a tiny prothetic finger in 20 mins. First/failed with water base clay but, after it dried (and was perfect) it Cracked! ...Dang. I then I carved a new finger out of a Hot Gun Glue Stick. lol. I carved a lil tube, knuckles, sized it right into position. . Heated it w/ a lighter, a Nail/some tool?. epoxied it down to the hand & Platform/base. I then used the Hot glue gun to add more or shape it. I carved it with an X-actO knife some, sanded and primed it! Wahhhlaahhh! Anyway, lone night, of fumes and reward. The event was Awsome , know winners who danced there Asses off, get to bring home something to keep not spend/blow. Pass it on...Great project. babbbble! sorry...lol..

  • Knacki
    10-25-11
    O.K. Finally I got it. The breakdancer is wearing your concept sneaker. That was slow
  • brianlife
    01-31-17
    totally late with this reply! lol! Yes, it was my concept sneaker!
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few more renders/ pics of final 3D printed Trophy.
Here are two metallic finishes. Painted by the Amazing creatives staff over at Moddler(dot)com. If Im correct? and Bellow here, is my first "Sculpt to Print"..a trophy sculpted in ZB 3.5.

  • VictorCS
    10-25-11
    I love seeing stuff printed, it's kinda like seeing things animated. I cant describe it, but it "feels" different than just a picture with a nice pose.
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Sneaker concept sketch done with Sculptris!
Sneaker concept sketch done with Sculptris! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LsvPeduLuwI

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B-boy trophy
I sculpted this B-Boy/ Break Dancer figure for a competition Trophy. Sculpted and 3D printed, duplicated 10x. I painted the final trophies back home with airbrush and brushes, faux painting, silver/metal finish. Special Big Thanks, goes to John at Moddler.com! Great results, amazing communication and serves! He was the key reason we even got these trophies in the winners hands by the event! Tight schedule, and he made it happen! Printed, molded, duped, shipped out on time! its was a tight squeeze but, Moddler gave us their ALL, to bring this project to Life! I sculpted this dancer for my close friend Crazy Freddy, with Bean Town Break Down. and NBW. he produces the annual b boy competition in Boston, holding it down for many years. Inspiring their youth to be their Best! and me also, every new trophy I sculpt for CF, is a new Challenge! Grateful! So, This was all sculpted in ZB 4, pre Z4R2. These post will me random at first, since tim not to savvy, posting. I'll do my best. Thanks! BTBD trophy. ZB4 sculpt/BPR. Hers a link to a YouTube, turntable render. Im having trouble posting video her eon ZBC? not sure how. Sorry. (help). www.youtube.com/watch?v=u8i0XkJ3_2Y

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Bboy Sculpt/print
I modeled in Modo and sculpted in ZBrush. This "BBOY" dancer figure was sculpted/printed to later become the trophy for "Bean Town Break Down", an annual break dancing competition in Boston mass produced by www.newbwearnbw.com. 3D Print by the Awesome guys at Ownage.com! Thanks to all Desmota at Ownage and also, Tomas at Pixo! You guys really helped me Big time to get this decimated and printed on time! I'll try to post better pics of the final print soon. oh, and Im open for work! www.brianlife.com , Love to hear feedback.