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Learn to sculpt and chisel like the masters using ZBrush 4 and this beautiful, full-color guide. Sculptor and designer Scott Spencer blends cutting-edge technology with artistry to show you how to use ZBrush to create fascinating characters limited only by your imagination.
You'll learn new ZBrush 4 brushes and brush controls, how to sketch complex forms with ZSketch, cool ways to costume your characters, and much more. Above all, you'll master time-honored concepts such as sculpting gesture and sighting proportion—techniques that will help you become a better artist, no matter what the medium.
Bridge the transition from traditional to digital sculpting
Get familiar with ZBrush 4 sculpting tools
Learn valuable techniques for detailing, texture painting, and rendering
Explore ZSpheres, polygon meshes, and adaptive skins
Design a lion's head, a character bust, a biped figure, a raygun, and more
Create animations with the timeline, and export videos and highly rendered images from ZBrush
Gain valuable insights and tips from guest artists throughout the book
It's a good reference to "how to" many things within ZBrush. I have several of Scott Spencer's training and they are all good.Published 10 months ago by TnT
This book contributes to my studies with digital sculpture. It is of great importance.He is fundamental in my library. Thank's.Published 19 months ago by Jair Correia
Scott Spencer delivers invaluable info about anatomy and its use in Zbrush. If you awnt to become a master of Zbrush you'lle need this book!!Published 20 months ago by Maarten
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As a sculptor fairly new to ZBrush, I found this book extremely helpful and recommend it to anyone seriously interested in learning how to apply ZBrush to create digital sculpture. Read morePublished on February 6, 2012 by Joe Kenney