Hey thanks JL-Art, gbhering, davorek, and ChristophS
And Christoph, you're right about the smoothness. I've been told that a lot, but I still feel like my meshes aren't all that smooth. I do use the smooth brush heavily, also really using the move brush a lot to avoid messing up the surface too much with other brushes unless they're necessary. Other than that I think my sculpting style is pretty normal, so it may actually just be an illusion based on the compression of the videos!
Thanks for the info, I appreciate it.
I always admire your sculpting
Looks like its influenced by the opening animation from Diebuster (Gun Buster 2)
ice cream girl is my fave
loved the style, loved her eyes
I have watched a lot of tutorials, and amongst them by several very famous ZBrush artists, and I have watched many workflows, but I have never seen anyone with a technique as fluid as yours. You create with the ease of some cartoonist draughtsman using a pencil.
Of course this is a question of practice and lots of it, but it is a pleasure watching you work.
If you ever do a more detailed workflow movie - it does not have to be a tutorial, just the entire interface and more realtime passages than fast overviews, I'll gladly hit the Support button, or pay for it.
“We're all talking to keep the conversation alive.” - Brian Eno -
well said erik ... i think the same your videos are a pleasure to watch and learn from
I too agree with Erik
......Nobody tries to be lah-di-dah or uppity--There's a cup-o'-tea for all.
thanks a bunch, you guys!
Ehren: Thanks a bunch, man! Love all the stuff you've been doing for Mcfarlane!
Bigodon: Thanks! Glad you dig it
Erik Heyninck: Thanks a bunch for the kind words! I'm glad you dig my stuff. Maybe when I get good enough I'll do a more realtime video ^^
O/MI: hey same to you, Oliver! I'd love to see more process vids from you, I always love your work!
boozy floozie: Hey thanks a bunch, dude!!
It's been a long time since I did any personal work - so long, in fact, that i had to get used to the updated Zbrushcentral interface yet again!
So I did a Valentine's Day sculpt this time, along with a timelapse for anyone who's interested. Happy Valentine's Day, ya'll!
I still have to dig into the Zbrush4r7 features, so this is sorta a warmup before taking a serious crack at a project in the new Zbrush
I've been trying to put more time into personal sculptinz lately, so this is my latest attempt
I did a fanart of Phoenix Wright because I'm a big fan of the games, hope you dig it!
I also did a video with a little snippet [finally] giving Zbrush timeline a proper go, hopefully it's entertaining