Join Pablo Muñoz for an in-depth discussion in this video Primitives, part of ZBrush: Product Prototyping Techniques.
- [Narrator] Now let's talk about primitives. … The Zbrush primitives can be accessed from the tool polyp. … Click in here, on the tool thumbnail. … And this primitive objects are very simple … geometry shapes that can be altered before we turn … them into a sculptable mesh. … Let's go ahead and select for example the … sweep profile 3d, this one right here. … Now before we try to sculpt or do anything with it. … Let's scroll down to the initialize polyp at the … bottom of the tool polyp. … This one right here and expand that. … Right, so here very primitive will have different settings … depending on the object, obviously. … And in this case we have these two curves, … the S profile, and the T profile. … Click on the S profile to expand this curve, … and you'll notice three orange dots … that make up the profile of the curve. … And this profile is essentially generating the shape … of our object. … So we can click and drag the middle point for example, … just to change the object thickness. …
- Using DynaMesh and Sculptris
- Using ZRemesher
- Working with primitives
- Making a base mesh
- Polishing a base
- Planing a 3D model
- Working with live Booleans
- Adjusting materials
- Applying textures to the form
- Setting up lighting for a rendering
- Rendering a 3D prototype using KeyShot
Skill Level Intermediate
ZBrush 2018 Essential Trainingwith Ryan Kittleson5h 2m Beginner
ZBrush and SubD: Design for 3D Printing with SLAwith Jean Gorospe1h 57m Intermediate
1. Tools and Techniques: Overview
2. Minimal Design and Simple Geometry
3. Working with Organic Shapes and Multiple Objects
4. Intro to KeyShot 8
5. KeyShot Rendering
6. KeyShot Advanced Tips
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