Learn a couple of handy tips that you can use when working with hard surface models and the kitbashing technique.
- [Narrator] All right, we are just a couple of steps away…from using our hard surface model kit…to create some cool sci-fi vehicle concept.…In this video, I'm going to show you…a couple of very handy tricks that you can use…when working hard surface models…and the Kitbashing technique.…First, let's treat the meshes from our custom IMM brush.…If you want, you can load up…the hard surface kit extra object, the CVP file…if you want the latest version of the IMM brush…with the additional object we created…at the end of the previous video.…Go ahead and check that you have the brush palette docked…to the left tray and open the depth subpalette…as well as the modifier subpalette.…
You can hold shift and click on more than one palette,…just to keep them open.…Now, I'm going to select one of these meshes…that look like some kind of flat panels…and let's bring in a sphere 3d.…Turn it into a polymesh 3d and I'm also turning on polyframe…and we're gonna be using this sphere as a testing object…to insert our meshes.…Now, go ahead and drag to insert that panel object…
- What is kitbashing?
- Advanced IMM brushes and Curve brushes
- Useful brushes for kitbashing
- Creating your own asset library
- Building organic shapes
- Creating and adjusting insert brushes
- Building hard surface shapes
- Fine-tuning shapes
Skill Level Intermediate
ZBrush and SubD: Design for 3D Printing with SLAwith Jean Gorospe1h 57m Intermediate
1. Intro to Kitbashing
2. Kitbashing Exercise
3. Building Your Own Organic Kit
4. Building Your Own Hard Surface Kit
5. Model Presentation
Render and presentation5m 53s
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