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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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12-30-12

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I put a timelapse of a wolf sculpt on YouTube as a goodbye for 2012. Happy new Year everybody! See you in 2013 PPkSyzCpFAg

  • MattSkinny
    12-30-12
    Yeah nebular, love the timelapse! You really got a hand for the cartoonish/stilized. All the best for a creative 2013 I wish you too, and thanks for all the feedback over the last months! Skål!
  • yuyier
    08-03-15
    Great gallery! Congratulations!
12-27-12

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MattSkinny, thanks man, always great to hear your approval! Your sculpts and skills are very inspiring. Nate Owens, just keep working and you will get better. More you will study, better you become Shellac, thank you! I have no time or need to 'polish' my sculpts right now and I also like to see the strokes on sculpts (and paintings) Tarum, thank you I was looking for material rightnow for it but couldn't find my source.. I thought it was made by ZBro but it's not. Maybe someone will point you because these material pack is preety famous here I think. It's from forum for sure. Every material is called z[number]. The one I used for hands and head is z3 I belive. FatherO, Thank you! Hope I wont 'fail' you this time Philuxius, Thanks, I'm really glad you like it Whew, so many replies Very encouraging. While wisiting my thread I will leave some recent sketches - everything started from sphere I belive. Thanks/. (ps. hope I don't ahve to introduce the first character to you )

  • LVXIFER
    12-27-12
    I've completely missed this tutorial many thx u are great!!
  • aleksonamission
    12-27-12
    Hello sir! 10ks i like ur tread and ur study are very coool, i hv a question, is this Bill Muray int the top of ur tread?
11-19-12

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more sketching..
InkySpot - I'm very glad ! Here are some quick nad studies and a quick doodle of toonish character. Cheers. .

  • MattSkinny
    11-19-12
    First and last hands are especially good! So cool to see people progressing!
11-09-12

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Tutorial
MattSkinny Thank you! I am very happy to hear this from such skillfull person like you, really I was asked how to make low poly from highress DynaMesh model and I thought some folks here could find it usefull too, so I creataed a short guide how to do this. [Clik the Image to see the whole tut]

  • InkySpot
    11-09-12
    Thanks for the Tutorial, it will really help. Awesome work.
11-05-12

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Santis Thank you, I'm very gald you like 'my' girl Also you have right with shoulders of the 2nd. I always try to keep in mind such remarks. To keep the thread alive hera are few sketches of mine. Everything started as a sphere to evolve later one. Quick sculpting sesions from 30min trough 1 or , like weith the last one containg two characters, few hours. I have no time for more serious thinkgs now. Anyway, please leave a word or two. Thanks I had to reinstall the ZBrush and I lost all my MatCaps, so here is the Fast Shader.

  • MattSkinny
    11-05-12
    Hey nebular, very nice studies, and you are often learning more doing those then with bigger projects. And you are really improving fast, so keep doing those! I especially like the pair, good character and mood!
10-11-12

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FatherO , MattSkinny . Thanks! It's very encouraging to hear so. Here are few sketches I did latelly. I do many of them but those are my favs. I try to practice as much I can, to learn better anatomy, but I lack of time so have not as much time as I would want or need.

  • Santis
    10-18-12
    The girl is great, love it! On the second study you really need to revisit the shoulder area.
07-23-12

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Lion Sculpture
I always liked lions' sculptures so I finally made one today. It's a quick sculpt just to doodle and relax myself. If you have any thoughts please share them.

  • FatherO
    08-02-12
    That is one lazy Lion! Must have just ate. Nice stuff man. I really love the dog. Nice anatomy studies as well.
07-16-12

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Another piece. Leave a comment or two if you're seeing this

07-07-12

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The invigoration
Thakn you Stefanos Another sculpt, some places needed more attention byt I had to finish it today. Please share your thoughts!

06-04-12

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Distribution of the massess
Thank you for words of encouragement. Really meaningful Here are three studies. Quick sculpts from mannequin - I tried to focus on the major forms, like in the "Distribution of the Masses" in Bridman's Drawing From Life book. Hope it went preety well.

05-20-12

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Warder
A preety much stylized character. Hand is a separate piece

  • 3D-User
    05-20-12
    [SIZE=2]i like the statue but there is quite alot of things wrong with it ANATOMY her fingers are way to small and thin sholders are to pulled outwerd he face hosnestly looks like you didnt put any effort into it her ass is way to outwerd cloth....
05-09-12

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Angel
Painted out:

05-08-12

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Hoopoe and a girl wips
I am in middle of many things going on, so it's why I don't update my sketchbook. Here are two characters I'm curently working on. Both toon stylized, sharing them to keep this thread alive Please leave a comment

03-05-12

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Cloth workshop
Here's an exercise with a clothes -a hunging towel. I try to make such, and here is one for today.Feel free to post your comments and critiqe.

03-04-12

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Thank you KC. I always try to use references latelly. I collect them and that link would be very welcome Sorry for the delay but the more I sculpt, the less I show. Somehow I'm not happy with my results Two sculpts. Please give me your feelings. The lady was patterned on a existing sculpt in a Prague, but it wasn't mentioned to be exact copy of it.

02-09-12

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Anatomy study
I've been busy with other things lately, but now I hope I will have more time for my personal stuff. Here are two sculpts - a male and female torso. I aimed them to be anatomically correct.As always all comments and critques are more than welcome.

  • KC-Production
    02-09-12
    Pretty funny idea with my the pitbull dog! I will keep an eye on your process nebular :-) The anatomy study are a Great , but still some smaler areas with Problems! While sculpting the body you should definently Take a reference of some amazing anatomy...
12-06-11

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Ok, I changed the shape. Do you think it is right?

12-06-11

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Bullterier wip
Ok, I reshaped the dog - Neck is a little shorter and thiner. Snout is a bit rounder - I thought it was to stright before. Changed a pose a bit, aded whiskers and some other details on snout. I also did some tests with color and fur. Here'am at very experimental stage so it isn't very precise. I wan't to consider the model finished (shape, proportions). So if there aren't any problems I won't comeback to it. I'm considering to simulate the fur differently or just texture the model, without sculpting/simulating the fur. The quick polypaint test isn't so bad. What do you think? I ask for help, advices and critique

  • fj8e5la
    12-06-11
    The line down from the nose to the jaw is not straight. The jaws have to be placed further backwards. Using alphas sometimes looks better, sometimes looks worse. It depends on your model.
12-03-11

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Ok, I redefined the snout trying to follow you. I studied the references under your tips and I must agree. Should be more correct now, but I feel I'm not there yet.

  • fj8e5la
    12-03-11
    Slightly smaller eyes and longer snout. Less overbite and the jaws have to be placed further backwards.
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More work on a bull
Some more work on a bullterier: I started tooth. (he's just smiling I wont make him aggressive. I love these dogs ) I refinde paws. Front: and a back: Your thoughts would be very helpfull.

  • abiko
    12-03-11
    Maybe for the fur, you can use the rake brush. Nice work on the jawbone.
  • SeN_GoD
    05-21-12
    Nice Work Nebular .. keep growing
  • SeN_GoD
    05-25-12
    nice works nebular .. expressive sculpts .. love to see more of your works happy sculpting
12-01-11

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Bullterier wip
A doggy I'm working on. Part of a bigger project. Don't know how to start the fur and I have problems with paws. Any tips? Please comment

11-23-11

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Female figure study
A quick study I did today. I'am planing to dress her up and put into a scene, so I can practice clothes and few other things. But before that I wnat her to be at least 'not bad'. I know I messed up much, but I need you to point that out ant tell me yours thoughts and here's a quick sketch. I am planing to detail the hair more, but I have few projects in my mind now. Please c&c. Thank you

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A girl in a winter hat
Thank you arianerocket, I am very glad to hear that. But this project has no hair (almost) I struggled with scarf... I tried many defferent variations and came up with this, but I'm not happy at all. I'll practice clothes fold more for sure. Maybe if I and you will like it enough, I will make a whole scene with this character. Please c&c Thanks for lurking in and thanks for forum designers for icon posting reminder!

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Making bubbles
Another sketch. I try to study faces and if you have any tips, please feel free to share it Hope you'll like it.

  • 3D-User
    11-05-11
    [SIZE=2]its a nice sculpt but it gives me the inpression that you didnt take your time makein it i could be wrong tho ok so i see some anatomy problems with the model [1] the eyes i find are too bg [2] at the bottom of the lip it dont look right i...
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Little Angel
Something different this time. Help me and put Your thoughts about my sculpts.

10-29-11

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Nebular's Sketchbook
Heya, I decided to start my sketchbook with this litle doodle. It's based on a sculpt coming from the Island of Love , Jeju in Korea. Unfortunately I don't know the name of artist. (reference in thumb below) The updates won't be very frequently, but please C&C and subscribe

  • 3D-User
    10-29-11
    this is some really awsome stuff i really like the gesture she has keep it up