Sculpt | Con™ 2012 ZBrush tutorials: 25 ways to sculpt and paint in 3D | ZBrush ZBrush tutorials 1. Beginner's guide to ZBrush If you sign up for a free demo account with Digital Tutors, you can access easy-to-follow, 70-minute tutorial that covers everything you need to get started with the sculpting software. 2. Online software training website Lynda introduces ZBrush to artists making a transition from another sculpting program, covering the most popular tools and techniques for digital painting and sculpting 3. A series of 18 in-depth ZBrush videos from Mathew Burniston, showing you how to model a terrifying alien creature then animate it to chilling effect. 4. Weta Workshop veteran Scott Spencer sat down with 3D World magazine to share some of his insider techniques for sculpting better-looking models in less time with ZBrush. 5. Mathew Cooling from Jellyfish Pictures shares his workflow for modelling the creatures from the stunning BBC TV series Planet Dinosaur. 6. Sculpting Sci-Fi weaponry 7. 8. Fiber techniques in ZBrush 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. Character Building 14.
100 Best Photoshop Tutorials of All Time Photoshop tutorials are one of the most popular subjects on the web, as the digital art community continues to grow and new designers bring their unique skills. However, quality Photoshop tutorials that teach you a useful effect, have a quality finished result and are well explained are harder to find, and with the large number of tutorial sites available, it can be hard to sort the quality from the mundane. In this massive roundup, we’ve collected the top 100 best Photoshop tutorials that have ever been created, that yield professional results, teach you a useful effect, are well explained, and will have you designing like a pro in no time. If you liked this post, check out our other design tutorial roundups: Design a Traditional Liquefied Car Create Dynamic Distortion Effects Create a Spectacular Grass Text Effect in Photoshop The Making of Mystic Awesome Milk Typography Effect in Photoshop Create an Incredible Avatar-Inspired Matte Painting of Pandora Urban Type Art – London Text Effect
2.0 Modeling A High Poly Fantasy Inspired Axe In 3D Studio Max In this tutorial we are going to create a very cool stylized axe model completely inside 3D Studio Max. We are going to use different modelling techniques and primitive objects to create the model as well as some interesting positioning tricks to arrange some of the model's elements. Step 1 First we create a Cylinder with 18 Sides and 40 Height Segments, and Convert it to Editable Poly by Right clicking and choosing Convert to > Convert to Editable Poly. After that select the edges loops shown Below. Click To Enlarge Step 2 In the Modifier panel, under the Edit Geometry rollout. Step 3 Select the polygons shown in the picture and extrude them outwards. Step 4 Select the polygon loops between the loops we extruded in the previous step, and extrude them outward with the same height amount. Step 5 Now delete the top and bottom polygons of the cylinder, so we have holes on the top and bottom. Step 6 Step 7 Add two new Edge Loops as shown in the picture. Step 8 Step 9 Step 10 Step 11 Step 12 Step 13 Step 14
100 Free Photoshop Actions Photoshop actions can be extremely useful timesavers when you find yourself performing the same steps over and over on an image. They're also an excellent way for photographers to quickly and easily pass on their favorite techniques to others. Today we'll be looking at how you can make your own, and showcasing 100 fantastic free Photoshop actions to use straight away! In recent years, DeviantArt has become a huge storehouse for photographers to upload and share Photoshop actions. For beginners, we'll start off with a brief explanation of how to create and install Photoshop actions and then move onto our huge list of actions that are free for you to download and use. Although, if you’re looking for commercial quality results, and you’re in a hurry to get a professional solution, then choose from one of the hundred’s of affordable Photoshop Actions available for purchase on GraphicRiver. Recording an action in Photoshop is incredibly simple.
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3DSMAX Tutorials, Maya Tutorials, Cinema4D Tutorials, Photoshop Tutorials, ZBrush Tutorials, Blender Tutorials, Mudbox Tutorials Step 1: the making of the trunk and the crown of the tree Let's start with the trunk of the tree. This is not a tutorial about mesh modeling that's why I am not going to explain it in details. The Trunk Make a cylinder. The Crown There are two ways to make the crown: The first way is to make your own model but it takes longer. Here I am going to explain the easiest way. Then you delete the mesh saving only the clone (branch_1), and using rotate and clone operations arrange the crown of the tree (similar to fig. 3). Step 2: The fur part Attach all of the branches in one object. A similar result is shown at fig. 4 Then close the Edit Mesh menu and go to the Environment panel. In the Shag:Render field uncheck Geometry Larger Than. Then you go to the Shag:Fur field, click on the Pick button and then in one of the viewports select the crown. There you choose Sub-Material ID and type 2 in the field. Then you go down in the fur menu where the parameters for Length, Thickness and Density are.