This video is dedicated to the setup and creation of the base model that you'll use as a starting point for the kitbashing approach. You'll use a limited set of brushes and Dynamesh to set up an interesting silhouette.
- Finally, we're at the beginning…of the more practical part of this course.…In this video, we're going to set up the base mesh…for a head of a creature.…Keep in mind that iteration and saving time…are concepts that are at the core…of this kitbashing technique,…so I would encourage you to produce multiple base meshes…with a variety of shapes and interesting silhouettes…that you can reuse.…In this video, I'm gonna create just one,…but you can repeat the same process…and make 10 or 100.…To start off, go ahead and select a Sphere 3D…from the Tool thumbnail.…
Great, let's now convert it into a PolyMesh3D…from this Make PolyMesh3D button.…Also, let's make sure that you have Symmetry enabled.…You can take that from the Transform palette here,…and also let's select the Move Elastic Brush.…So the shortcut would be B-M-E, right?…And to finish this quick setup, let's hold Ctrl…to access the Masking brushes,…and while you hold the Ctrl key,…click on the Mask Brush thumbnail…and we're going to use this Mask Lasso.…
Great, now we're ready to start pulling…
- 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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