Zbrush 2021 For Absolute Beginners
Unleash your Fear of Zbrush and Start creating with Confidence.
Last updated 2022-01-10 | 4.7- Zbrush Interface
- Sculpting Technics
- Hard Surface Tools
What you'll learn
* Requirements* Zbrush 2021
Are you someone who has tried to learn Zbrush before but find Zbrush interface and process complex ? You always wanted a course which is made for absolute beginners and teaches through practical projects. If that is the case then I welcome you to Nexttut Education´s Zbrush 2021 for Absolute Beginners.
My name is Abraham Leal, I am 3D Artist and producer and I have 9 years of experience in the industry. Currently I lead my own studio Critical Hit were we design and produce projects for the entertainment Industry.
At the end of this course, your fear of Zbrush will vanish and you will be able to use Zbrush with ease and create stunning stylized characters.
IN THIS COURSE, WE WILL BE COVERING:
Subdivisions and Topology
Hard Surface Tools
Materials and Render
I will start the course by teaching you the basics Zbrush by covering several exercises and tools. We will then jump into creating our stylized Character as well as all the props and weapons. We will sculpt every part of the character inside of Zbrush by using all the tools available to us. After that we will texture our character using several of my favourite polypaint techniques. To finalize we will create a small scene lights inside of Zbrush in order to generate our final render passes.
WHO SHOULD ENROL:
I have designed this course for absolute beginner students who thinks Zbrush is a complex software, who want to learn the complete pipeline that we use inside of Zbrush for a wide variety of projects. In this course I will be using Zbrush 2021.5 so make sure to have the latest update installed.
Enrol now and start using Zbrush like never before.
Who this course is for:
- Absolute beginners who thinks Zbrush is a complex software, who want to learn the complete pipeline that we use inside of Zbrush for a wide variety of projects.
5 sections • 79 lectures