Like many workflows in ZBrush, it is a good rule of thumbs to start sculpting the larger shapes that defines the overall design. In this video will start with the kitbashing technique inserting large pieces before moving into the smaller parts.
- [Presenter] Alright, so here's where we left off…from the previous video,…a simple base mesh to get the ball rolling.…In this video we'll begin to insert objects…and enjoy the fantastic workflow…of the Kitbashing technique.…Go ahead and import the brush called Creature_shapes.ZBP…from the exercise files.…I already have it in ZBrush, this one right here,…so I'm going to select it.…Now the IMM Viewer will appear,…so now you know that this is an IMM brush…with a few weird looking shapes.…Now I created this brush intentionally…with a series of very simple objects…just to show you…that the complexity or the details of our creature…will come as a combination of multiple simple objects.…
Alright, let's go ahead and select one of the insert meshes.…You can follow along or try a different one,…I'm just going to try this one right here.…Now click and drag the first object on the base mesh.…I'll try this area around the head…and I'm not entirely sure what I'm going for,…just trying to find a nice silhouette.…Okay, maybe something like that could work nicely.…
- 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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