Lookin good bud
Thanks for the tut!
Thanks for the tut! Any chance we can get a wood sculpting one?
kerem (not verified)
very good tutorial thanks =)
Helder Pinto (not verified)
Wonderful, wonderful tutorial!
Would be great if we could have more of these mini tuts! This is so useful!
Wood, cloth and metal are the perfect candidates for more!
Love the way you work Andy, very relaxed and you concentrate on the details! Congrats and give us more!
Thanks for the kind words guys
Bought the video to support the cause! Great vid and keep up the good work mate. ;) We expect more of these from you in teh future, hehe.
awesome tut andy. i picked up most of that technique from watching your fountain sculpting videos so much, but now its good to understand the thought process.
What would be the way to do this using Mudbox? the Mask brush?
I don't use Mudbox so i could be wrong, but i don't think there is a comparable feature to Morph Targets in Mudbox.
Though if you can make masks then you shouldn't have a problem following along, though it might take a bit longer and you may have to improvise a bit
Yeah you can just make a new layer to add detail on and then mask the layer out. Exactly like you would do in Photoshop.
Tarun Krovvidi (not verified)
may I know how many brushes included in this pack?
The HD version comes with 6 brushes, 2 .obj files, 1 ZTL and the knotwork alpha seen in the video.
Hope that helps
It's a real great tutorial and I've purchased recently to support your work.Thanks!
Thanks for the support Sergi
Glad you enjoyed the tutorial!
aaron (not verified)
Thank you so much , helped alot!
Thank you so much
Newbie (not verified)
Is the morph spray supported in Zbrush 3.5R3? Because for some reason when I load the brush and click on my mouse the draw size circle will dissapear and will not allow me to make any changes to the mesh. Am I doing something wrong or is it not supported?
Ok so I downloaded Zbrush 4 and still have the same issue. Is it because I don't have a projection master layer underneath the layer I'm working on? I hope someone can help me out with this, I'd really like to get started on this
very good Davies.
Balage (not verified)
Thanks for this great tutorial, I was completely unaware of using layers and morphtargets the way you have presented.
Anonymous (not verified)
This tutorial is amazing, congratulations Andy!
I'm currently working on a similar project and this definitely helped out alot.
But i feel that i need to add something, unrelated to this tutorial. I've been working in the industry for a while now, and i can't really understand why Zbrush had to "revolutionize" the layout, and basic ways how you navigate your way through the app. Since i'm always in a hurry to meat deadlines, this is getting really frustrating. As an amazing app this is, it's UI UX ruins it. People who actually earn a living out of this and have to use 10 different apps for every project know what i am talking about. It's unbelievably frustrating to jump from app to app that respect some standards that everyone is used to, and are already wired in our brain, than you jump back to zbrush and suddenly you're world is upside down, and you just want to hit the screen with your bare hands until you can see through it.
Aside form that, this is an amazing application, but nothing can be perfect right? Every company has a smartass who doesnt think he's earning his salary and has to revolutionize everything he touches. Adobe has 200 smartasses, and Autodesk has at least 600.
Andy, please keep up the great work, you have no idea how much you help us "artists" grow and learn. Thank you!
Thanks for the kinds words everyone
@Anon, Yea, ZBrush can have quite a steep learning curve, but once you get the hang of it, it feels really natural and organic.
The interface is one of the reasons why some people prefer Mudbox over ZBrush, but IMHO, ZBrush is a much more powerful program which can handle anything you want to throw at it. (and they give free updates on a very regular basis, which is worth the learning curve by itself )
AOS (not verified)
"Happy Accidents" you are the Bob Ross of Zbrush haha
This was really great thanks!! The brushes are excellent as well...
micheal (not verified)
love to learn but cant aford
Sarford (not verified)
Thanks for this great tutorial and these fine brushes!!
Thank you, Andy for this beautiful tutorial, and for your method of teaching. Your voice let people understand even if they do not know a word in English. I am really your great fan and a fan of Zbrush. I discovered by curiosity that if you hold Alt while using the Morph brush, it' ll give you amazing results- you can get a deep small holes increasing the reality and beauty. All the best!
PS There is a mistake in Title Sculpting instead of Sulpting, missing C))))
Javier (not verified)
Thank you very much. Impressive works. Thank you for sharing, for you time and your talent.
Thankyou for this great tutorial, really top quality.
Stagga (not verified)
Thanks Andy, this is among the best tutorials I've seen. Morph targets are a great idea! And you have the most relaxing voice on the internet
Lou Mareno (not verified)
Wonderful Tutorial, very easy to follow along with, felt like I was right there with you, you sir have a great voice for tutorials
Thank you very much for this video and the down load I enjoyed it, and will looking forward to more of
All the best to you
Thanks for the great tutorial
pls i have asking i used Zbursh 4r6 i try to used this tutorial when i start used morph_spray brush it's not working at all i dont know what i do ?
Nice Tutorial but same problem as sherifmax2 said Morph Spray doesnt work. Nothing happend.