<center><i><b>Man, it is good to be back here.</b></i>
After a few hours of finally playing with the new Ziff II sketching in Z3.5,
I finally made my first zskiff. I would like to thank Pixologic for creating a
new way to not only express myself but inspiring me again to come back
here to share, learn, and teach (whatever I may).
This video was made to showcase the new zskiff, promote the use of Z
and hopefully convince my Administration to incorporate Z into my
I do apologize to Pixologic for emulating their look and feel in this post
but I am also utilizing this as a lesson for my Advance AV Production
class as to the importance of professional, post work production and
product continuity (no matter how small the project may seem). As a
teacher, how would I look if I do not employ what I teach?
<b>So here we go, enjoy!
Click Below to Download The ZSkiff
<b>P.S.</b> I hate the tail fins..lol. They could have been a lot more organized.
Looks sloppy. Need more practice but I am not coming back to this
model. It is a true first try (with its awes AND flaws) and its time to move
on to the next and grow my zskiffing skills…lol.
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