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ZBrush Plugins ZBrush can be enhanced by ZExtensions which add new functionality to ZBrush's already powerful feature set. You will find below the most popular and widely-used of these plugins, made by Pixologic and its users. We encourage you to read about each so that you can learn how they can further enhance your ZBrush pipeline. All of the plugins listed below are included with a default installation of ZBrush. If you chose to perform a custom installation and specified that you did not want any plugins at that time, you will need to run the installer again. In some cases within these pages you will see that a plugin for an earlier version of ZBrush was no longer available for a later version. Don't forget to visit ZBrushCentral to gain access to other plugins and be informed about their updates. GoZ™ More about GoZ™ IMPORTANT: GoZ is installed automatically as part of ZBrush 4R6. ZBrush 4R6GoZ™ for PCReleased:July 2, 2013 ZBrush 4R6GoZ™ for Mac OSXReleased:July 2, 2013 UV Master

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Pixologic Release: Decimation Master MOVIE added P.12 & Plugin Update on P.15 With Decimation Master you will be able to easily reduce the polygon count of your models in a very efficient way while keeping all their sculpted details. This solution is one of the fastest available and is able to optimize your high polycount models from ZBrush, allowing you to export them to your other 3D software packages.Sculpt your model with ZBrush, add all your small details and push your artistic skills, then optimize your ZTool. Export it to your favorite 3D package which will now be able to open your sculpting to create specific textures like Normal Maps or Ambient Occlusion maps by baking the high resolution mesh information on a low resolution mesh.Another use is to export your model for a Rapid Prototyping process (3D printing) and bring your virtual art to a real object but also displaying your model in a real-time viewer such as PDF 3D. The possibilities are infinite!

Forensic facial reconstruction guidelines for eye placement Recent studies have determined that when doing facial reconstructions from the skull, we should be placing the eyes in the orbit 4mm more forward (anteriorly) than we have been, in line with the back of the iris like this: Not to the front of the cornea, like this: This comes from separate research papers authored by both by Dr. Stephan in 2008, and Dr. Caroline Wilkinson in 2003. Image Plane 3 - plugin upgrade Image from www.3d.skImage Plane 3 provides an easy way to load images into ZBrush for use in texturing, either using ZProject brush polypainting, or with Projection Master as in the Texturing with Photo Reference tutorial .* For ZProject polypainting, quickly change the background Image without leaving Edit mode.* For Projection Master texturing, Image is automatically wrapped onto your model. INSTALLATIONThe zip contains: ImagePlane_readme.txt - the readme file ImagePlane3.zsc - the plugin fileUnzip the zip file and place the ImagePlane3.zsc in your ZBrush 3 ...ZStartup\ZPlugs folder. Restart ZBrush. You should now have an Image Plane subpalette in the Texture palette, with a LoadImage button, ImgSize, Shift H, Shift V and Model Opacity sliders. Shift-click the LoadImage button for help.HOW IT WORKSClick the LoadImage button to create an image plane. If a texture is selected that image will be used, otherwise you will be asked to choose an image file.

Demo Reel With ZBrush Generally speaking, there are two ways to land a job in the 3D industry. You can find work by who you know or you can find it by what you know. (Often times it's a combination of the two that actually seals the deal). Texture Tools for Adobe Photoshop A collection of texture tools generating normal maps, texture compression, mip map generation and cube map formatting packaged as a plugin for Adobe Photoshop 5.0, 5.1, 6.0, 7.0, CS, CS2, CS3, CS4, CS5 and CS6. Download Release Notes Added Adobe Photoshop CS6 and 5.1 support. Updated installer for silent installs. DDS export now supports PSDs with transparent layers, but without alpha channel. making_gamecop Street Cop Workflow by Mashru Mishu Author: Mashru Mishu Author Website: Software: Autodesk Maya and Mudbox 1. Creating the base mesh.

New plugins: Alpha & Texture Loaders (updated 11/11/2008) Drawing my inspiration from the Gnomon Alpha Browser released some weeks back, I've written these two plugins to enable you to browse and load images from your own library of alphas and textures. Quick access thumbnails of all your Alphas and Textures Uses your own folder and file names Up to 250 images per tab - 2,500 images in all for each loader Search for files by name Add files to 'Favorites' tab for batch loading by hotkey. As the loaders use your folder and file names, you can organize your library in a way that is meaningful to you, speeding your workflow. Tabs can be cleared at any time, so that new 'project' folders can be added as necessary. Files can be quickly loaded or selected as Favorites for batch loading at the start of a ZBrush session.INSTALLATION: UNZIP the zip file to your ZStartup\ZPlugs folder (..

Joseph Drust - Digital Sculpture Thread Hey all,One of the projects I worked on finally shipped; I got around to rendering out some other WIP images and figured I'd start a thread. The images below are mostly rendered in ZBrush with a little Photoshop comp. I tend to try and work inside of ZBrush as much as possible rather then shooting objects back and forth from 3dsmax.The first images are models I created for Vicious Cycle's Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon. Needless to say I had a lot of fun working on this project. The sculpts were created with ZBrush 3.5 (R3 wasn't released yet.) My creation process used a lot of HPolish and the Standard Brush with a Lazy Modifier. Procedural Textures with NeoTexture The NeoTextureEditor allows creating tiled textures procedurally using a simple node interface for generating images, blending them, creating normal maps and much more. You can directly load the .tgr files as a material or export the generated images as .png files and use them in a jMonkeyEngine-based game. Textures usually make up most of the size of a game distribution.

Tutorial: how to model (and render) a realistic spiral cable in Blender (and Yafaray)/1 At work (I’m a Mechanical Design Engineer) I had to render a model of a video intercom to get a realistic shot. I already had all the parts as CAD models, so that I had just to export them in STL format and import each file in Blender. All but the cable. Even if I’m not a good Blender modeller, I thought that it could be easier (and cleaner) modelling it into Blender than into the CAD software; furthermore I could easier apply modifications to adapt the shape of the cable to the position of intercom body and handset. ZFLOW= chocolates Hellooooooo, so.... new to the forum and quite new to zbrush as well, hope to keep coming by!Finally posting a fun work I did last year for Lacta chocolates at PlatinumFMD! We called it the Zflow project, we tried some experiments with phothography and real flow but we werent getting the specific result the brief was asking of us.... so....zbrush! yey!Rendered with Vray and MaxwellRender... composed and retouched in photoshop Some Wip process in zbrush

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