Kitbashing is a popular technique used to build new physical models out of pre-made models kits. In ZBrush you can implement this technique for rapid prototyping and produce various complex and detailed concepts with the same resources.
- [Instructor] So the benefits…of using the Kitbashing technique…are very clear in an environment…where you need to produce multiple design options.…Or maybe where the time frame to deliver…a concept is very short.…The technique itself is rather simple…but learning the workflow, it can give you the advantage…in an industry that moves and evolves at a very fast pace.…Having a solid library of assets…and a good understanding of the Kitbashing technique…will allow you to iterate and produce design variations…in a rapid manner.…One of the things you should be careful with though,…is not to overuse a particular asset in multiple designs.…
Ultimately, what you're doing with this Kitbashing technique…is repurposing another object.…So it is easy to let that asset or that object…dictate the style or shape of a new design.…This could be both good and bad.…For example, if you were creating…a new race of characters for a game…or a series of vehicles for a sci-fi world,…using a limited library of assets might be beneficial.…
- 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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