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    Video Zbrush Weapon Tutorial

    Hi


    As promised the first part of another hard surface model made in zbrush 4r6. The weapon that i will be modeling , is the ACR rifle.In this project i will be using Shadowbox allot , in combination with masking and extracting.This is not a time-lapse video.


    Of course i have links to several videos that explain shadowbox as well as some of the shortcuts i used.This video contains voice commentary , just like the hard-surface tutorial.For you guys that are waiting for the final video of the hard surface tutorial , that is also in the works.

    Tutorial Video links







    Shadowbox tutorials:






    Link to Hot-keys:
    http://docs.pixologic.com/user-guide...ts-by-palette/




    Warning: Please keep in mind that i'm not a professional and English is not my native language.If i hesitate to say something , i might have forgotten the word. Please watch with headphones on , for better sound.

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    Thank you so much for doing this.

    -Brandon

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    No problem

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    Thank you Man! I love all of your videos. I am glad you don't just speed sculpt through things. you keep them in real time and explain what you are doing. I have a collection of your other videos as well. I keep them in my tutorial library
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    Excellent tutorial!!!!!!!!

    Thank you very much!!!!!!
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    S K I N N Y B O N E Z


    "Hey, careful, man, there's a beverage here!" ~ The Dude.

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    HaHahah glad you brought, this up. Wasn't sure if I should Skip somethings to make the video shorter.Alright then keep some space open because there is more where that comes from lol. Have a nice day.

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    Thank you very much friend.

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    Thanks :0)

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    Thanks for taking the time to make this excellent tutorial.

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    No problem

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    I had some free time left, so why not lol. Glad you liked it.

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