I’m working in zbrush and trying to learn how to translate what I know from Mudbox and traditional art into Zbrush. Now, many people say that Zbrush is very hard to use. I would probably agree, but it is also because it does so much. I can see these two programs, added to the technology of 3d printing and milling that I have been studying and wrote about in the mudbox book, as giving me so many more tools in my traditional process. For example, I now can create portraits in stone, and do architectural elements quite easily. It is thrilling. I have been working on a tutorial to create this fancy looking building. The tutorial can be found on the pixologic website. But I have added a thread with all of the videos and the complications and problems that I find with the process on our Digital Sculpting.net website. I’ll keep the thread going as I progress with this tutorial. I’m including a picture of my column.
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