New Free Tutorial - ZBrush 3.5 R3 New Features

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 This is a sneak peak at part 2 of our ZBrush 3.5 training series and has 45 minutes training that goes over new features in ZBrush 3.5 R3. The instructor goes over such featues as quicksketch, new brushes, subtools, groups, masks, and more. 

Watch it FREE here:

You can also buy the ZBrush 3.5 Introduction DVD that has an additional 4 1/2 hours of training. Click Here for more info.

hridoy (not verified)

July 20, 2012 - 11:57am


vu quoc tuan (not verified)

July 6, 2012 - 6:38am

so nice


January 19, 2010 - 9:33am

Thanks for this idea, I really like it..we will see what we can do!


December 17, 2009 - 6:21pm

I have used ZBrush on and off since version 2.0 and while much of the beginning was a refresher, much of the training was very useful as a headstart on my ventures into the new version of this awesome tool.

I would really like to see you guys do a short concise series of training geared specifically toward getting the details out of ZBrush into other 3d programs. Here are my suggestions:

ZBrush > 3ds Max using the standard Displacement modifier
ZBrush > 3ds Max using the VRayDisplacementMod and the VRay related render settings
ZBrush > 3ds Max using MentalRay material and render settings
ZBrush > Maya using MentalRay material and render settings
ZBrush > Maya using VRay Displacement and render settings
ZBrush > Lightwave
ZBrush > XSI

Personally, I primarily utilize 3ds Max and VRay, but any training would be helpful. I had just gotten comfortable with the old pipeline now it is back to the drawing board, heh.

It would be most helpful if the training was broken up according to target software which would both enable more people to access the training due to reduced price as well as your company to maximize its exposure rather than putting all the training into one more expensive package.

There is also a very strong need for solid VRay training on the current package. There is great training out there from your competition, but it is very old and unless someone is very familiar with the old training it is challenging to readily convert to the new version of the software.

Looking forward to many more great training packages.