Join Eric Keller for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the example files, part of ZBrush 3 for Windows Essential Training.
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Just a quick word about the sample files we'll be using. If you're a premium member of the lynda.com Online Training Library…or if you are watching this tutorial on a disc, you have access to the files used throughout the title.…In the Essential ZBrush Files folder, I have collected some assets for you and you can use these during your tour of ZBrush.…They include the 3D and 2.5D pictures and models, as well as snapshots of various textures that I have taken that…you can use while you are working on the ZBrush projects. I have copied the folder to my desktop but you can put it wherever you want.…
If you're a monthly or annual subscriber to lynda.com, you don't have access to these files but you can easily follow along…using the sample files offered as part of the ZBrush package.…And they appear on the startup screen when you first load ZBrush. These files right here.…
- Building and posing digital armatures for sculpture
- Importing models from other 3D programs
- Learning how to sculpt a human head based on reference images
- Detailing skin and surfaces using textures and stencils
- Creating illustrations with depth, lighting, and surface materials
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1. The ZBrush Interface
2. Working with 3D Models and Primitives
3. Digital Sculpting
4. Color, Texture, and Materials
5. Using ZBrush Sculpts in Other 3D Programs
6. Illustrating with ZBrush
7. Movies, Macros, and ZScripts
8. Top 14 Pitfalls for Beginners
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