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    Well produced another dog. Still not getting the clean mesh I want, I need more practice. One ear gained an extra poly thing somehow. I shall try again. I did try the technique you used for the mouth Handlebar, but x and y were awry, and straightening the spheres was a headache.... I gave up on that technique and reformed a human low poly I did earlier to produce this dog here...

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    Krysar can you show how you select in each step to get your results?
    handlebar thanks man for this superb tut
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    Default dino creature

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    to andreseloy: sorry, but I don't have more progress screenshots
    to handlebar: hand is
    to Slosh: ok, here is smoothed version

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    Default how many poly???

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    I am still having troubles with this thread. I dont understand how you guts are progressing. Do you make the initial zsphere with the eyes in and then convert it to a polymesh then tweak it as if you dont i get vertices exploding everywhere.

    Also is there a tut anywherre on how to split and extrude these vertices as you do?

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    Magician:

    In the ZBrush software Help, look at the zscript tutorial and pic the Edge Loop Modelling tutorial and before run it press show actions and notes to see step by step.

    Andreseloy

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    Handlebar hi,

    Just wanted to throw in my head so far made following the first page. I got lost a little but worked this head out so far. Im relatively new to modeling and wondered could I ask (please) if you can tell me what issues may occur continueing with this mesh .
    I really appreiciate the help so far ,
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    learning alot from this thread, would like to see some tools posted of some of these base heads.

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    Useless model, it didn't follow handlebar's tutorial.
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    Hi folks, here's a quick zscript, it's very quick and intended to show the priciples behind box modeling in zbrush. I haven't spent ages tweeking points into place, just demonstrated how to lay out the basic loops for a head.



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    Hi calum5ZB, you seem to have the edge flow working nicely, try not to add any extra detail at this stage, like the loop you made for the chin, making a loop around a single polygon isn't a good idea, it may cause issues later on. Think carefuly before you add loops, if they enhance the model, all well and good, but if they disrupt the flow in any way or seem irrelevent leave them out.
    Once you have your basic model looping correctly think about proportions and anatomy, and tweek your model into shape, the fewer polygons to deal with at this stage the better.
    As far as getting good anatomy goes, there is a rough guide you can follow that will give you a bace to work from. Basicaly the head and features can fit into a grid of sorts, the head being five eye widths wide and seven eye widths long etc. Here's a quck ilustration i did for another tutorial a while back, have a look an i think it may help.

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    Default Handlebar hot off friend!

    Unleashing the zsphere box modeling!
    The zscript add a complete support for the tutorials
    Can you show how Krisan get that result in term of edge selected?
    Thanks again handlebar
    Andreseloy

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    Hey Handelbar.

    Wow what a great tutorial. Definitely will be a 'classic' one for everyone to look at.

    Thank you so much for the script. I found it absolutely amazing and so educational.

    Best wishes and keep up the great work.
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    Had a little play - eskimo in the snow.
    Went high rez too quickly and lost the plot.

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    oops I forgot to add andreseloy penguin

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