Making Time For Art - Z4R5 The Dragon Flyer

Awesome !! :+1: :slight_smile:

Cool looking vehicle! The camera moves on that video literally made me nauseous though… too much unnecessary spinning and jerking :slight_smile:

Fantastic Pixolator, merry christmas to you all

very nice ofer - you should show your hammershark too :slight_smile:

Excellent, merry christmas. :wink:

Merry Xmas Ofer,

Killer car :D:+1:

wow :+1:

Merry Christmas Pixolator.

I am very sorry for the stupid question but that the music played in the video?
very inspiring track

And there’s the coold video! YAY!!!, now we jut need to tutorials of how you did it and we are all good!!:D:D:cool:

Amazing man, amazing!

Cool video. Waiting to see more demonstrations for the new features. Keep it up with the good work PXOLOGIC. :slight_smile:
Marry Christmas

Great respect of the entire team Pixologic for creating the world’s best program. Happy Holidays! Thank you for the holiday, which is always on our desktop! Yours!:+1:small_orange_diamond:+1:small_orange_diamond:+1:small_orange_diamond:+1:

Awesome!! Pixologic!!

Agree with you…Excellent video as always. Love all the Pixo music/soundtracks, esp the “Time for Art” ones.Camera movements/spinning are a bit much tho, makes it a bit difficult to follow :frowning:

What a ride!! Congratulations to Pixologic and your Zskills, and the real potential that the elusive “flying car” may actually look and function like this…

Thanks and best wishes of the season!

Don’t think ‘Pixo’ has time to make step by step videos but maybe someone like Michael Pavlovich (or any of the other amazing ZBrush Masters) can walks us through it? Maybe? Mike (guys/gals), are you listening (um, reading)? :smiley:

The GrandMaster and The Gem!!!:+1:
Thanks Pixologic for this!

Ryan Kingslien has a great video tutoiral on polish and panal loops that should help you out with the video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vABz-MECfrI

Pixolator is a Genius! :+1:

Thanks to Pix-Team to your skills and efforts to give us this fantastic and “revolutionary” tool: ZBrush.