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    Fantastic Work. All of it.

    Love your latest update. Tons of character in that goat. You make excellent choices design wise. Inspirational.

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    Default New guide on the ZBGs

    Hey guys! I've received a few emails from people asking about the new Project Primitive deformer, so I've put together a new quick guide about it and it is now live in the ZBGs website:



    I hope you find it useful!

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    Hey Pablander,

    Love your work, any chance you could upload your dreadlocks tutorial image again. The link is broke. Thanks
    Principal Character Artist.

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    @PolySlave is this the one you are after?: https://pablander.selz.com/item/551f...987203a81bb891

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    Hey Pablander,

    Yep that's it!

    Many Thanks for all your help.

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    Default Chimp WIP

    Hey guys, here is some progress on a small project I'm working on. I'll be doing some more work on this guy in the next coming weeks so I'll be posting some more images soon.

    hope you like it


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    Default Curve Elastic and radial symmetry tutorial

    Hey guys! There is a new tutorial available on the ZBGs. It's a 4-part video tutorial about some modelling tips and workflows to create the asset for this 'Pottery Scene':





    Here is the link to the tutorial:
    http://www.zbrushguides.com/curve-el...dial-symmetry/

    Also, if you want to see some closeups and more light variations, check out the ArtStation post here:
    https://www.artstation.com/artwork/zaZem


    I hope you find it useful.
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    Default Speed sculpting practice (WIP)




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    Default Creature bust update

    Here is an update on the latest creature I posted. I cleaned it a bit a gave it some textures in Substance Painter.

    Hope you guys like it!




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    Default ZBrush Clothes And Drapery Course

    Hey guys, just a quick update to let you know that the ZBrush Clothes and Drapery course is available at the ZBGs now. This is a fast-paced course focusing on the creation and detailing of clothes 100% within ZBrush and it is the first course from the #OSOZ project.
    You can read more info about the course and get it from here: Clothes & Drapery Course
    and if you wanna know more about the project, here is the #OSOZ page: Odd Spirits Of Z



    here is a turntable of the character from the course:


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    This course is just fantastic, really is! Not only the quality of the movies, but also the information, the tips and tricks...everything.
    I paid much more for courses that weren't half this good!

    Thanks!

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    What ZBrush features and workflows would you like to see in this series?

    hardsurface

    Million and one character tutorials/streams for zbrush, but very few on hardsurface

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    @Erik Heyninck - Thanks so much for the feedback mate! I truly appreciate it and I'm glad you've found the information useful.
    @jaran - Absolutely, I'm not a 'hard surface' modeler myself, but the idea of the Odd Spirits Of Z project is to fill in gaps in different areas so I might bring in an expert, that can show us some good workflows

    I put a bit of extra work on the final character from the Clothes & Drapery course and place him into a scene. hope you guys like it:



    Slightly different angle and composition:



    The ZBrush model (every part is 100% done within ZBrush):









    Some other shots from Marmoset:







    That's it for now. If you want to see a particular skill, subject matter or ZBrush feature in the next course from the Odd Spirits Of Z Project, you can cast your vote here.

    Cheers!

    PS: I'm going to do a live stream (probably twitch) to show the tips and tricks for grooming I didn't get a chance to show during my ZBrush Summit presentation. I'll post the time here and in social media later on.

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    Default ZBrush Summit Creature

    Here is the creature I made for my ZBrush Summit presentation this year:








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    Hey handsome, love the beard and your eyes.
    Wonderful presentation at the Summit Mister
    Has the species got a name?
    ......Nobody tries to be lah-di-dah or uppity--There's a cup-o'-tea for all.

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