ZBrush 4 - New Features - A Comprehensive Overview


In this DVD, Michael Pavlovich takes up where he left off on the ZBrush 3.5 Comprehensive Video. With the release of ZBrush 4 comes many new amazing features and Michael explores them in detail. He first starts off with an overview and then goes straight into many new modifiers, from there he gets into the many new brushes and settings included. Michael then goes into the new subtool features, shadowbox, layers, and then an extremely detailed overview of spotlight. From there he goes into Timeline, UV Master, Transpose, Materials, and Rendering with BPR. Finally there is a bonus chapter included that goes over the creation of the characters body.

This DVD is perfect for those who want to get the most out of ZBrush 4's many new features and put them to use making amazing character right now.

About the Instructor:
Michael Pavlovich has been in the game industry since graduating from the Ringling School of Art and Design in 2005. Starting as an environment artist, Michael has worked on several titles for multiple platforms, at both Electronic Arts and Sony Online Entertainment. Michael is currently a Senior Character Artist at SOE, Austin.
Apps Used: ZBrush 4
Duration: 5 1/2 Hours
Instructor: Michael Pavlovich
DL Filesize: 607 MB
Project Files: Included are the ZBrush files as shown in the DVD.

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User Comments



JESSE (not verified)

November 19, 2012 - 2:22pm

Thanks for sticking to the subject of Zbrush. I would totally buy any video 4r4 as a repeat even. I actually could listen and stay awake while watching vids unlike the other two I bought.

bisenberger

November 11, 2011 - 10:14am

I would also like to see Michael Pavlovich do a New Features - A Comprehensive Overview for ZBrush4R2. Michael Pavlovich ZBrush training is the best!

inkyspot

November 7, 2011 - 5:37am

Out of curiosity, will you guys be coming out with any training DVD that covers the new features in Zbrush R2?
Also will you be coming out with on that goes further on the development of that scientist character? (I think he looks really cool).
If you could do a maya version with this guy like you did with the orc guy in 3d Max, that would also be cool.

EAT3D is awesome!

Sivaji.N (not verified)

July 13, 2011 - 2:12pm

thanks for eat 3d

474907286

June 11, 2011 - 10:34am

GOOD

474907286

June 11, 2011 - 10:33am

HOLLHO

CGking2011

May 29, 2011 - 8:14am

Hey? How are you doing? Well your work is "Brilliant" i love it... but i was wondering are you working with zbrush 4 in the Portrait Production - Creating a Realistic Portrait in Maya? Because the version of zbrush i have doesn't have the sss skin shader feature, or was that sss shader use just for the ZBrush Sub-Surface Scattering demo video?

Thanx.

strontium dog (not verified)

March 15, 2011 - 3:45pm

can i just say ... Fantastic stuff mike.. just luv your tutorials been watching for ages now and they just keep getting better. many thanks

metalliandy

February 24, 2011 - 7:25pm

@Incomitatum
Yes this would be a great beginner DVD, but you also may want to check out the ZB 3.5 Comprehensive Intro DVD as well, as the ZB4 overview mainly goes over the new features in ZB4.

We also offer a 20% discount if you purchase the ZB bundle, which includes all our ZBrush tutorials
http://eat3d.com/training_videos/bundles/zbrush

Hope that helps Smiling

Incomitatum (not verified)

February 24, 2011 - 7:13pm

So, would this be a good begginer DVD? I am looking to jump ship from Mudbox to Zbrush; since it seems like Mudbox will not be offering concepting tools like Zspheres or Retopo options any time soon.

john7

February 16, 2011 - 11:31am

looks great, will reserve judgement till I have downloaded it!

Anonymous (not verified)

January 27, 2011 - 12:16pm

Michael Pavlovich is the best, anything he puts out on Eat3D, I will buy it. This looks like another amazing edition to an amazing collection. Bravo Eat3D!

Laticis

January 25, 2011 - 9:29pm

Very Very Awesome...been waiting for this. The first two are worth their weight in gold and I have no doubt so will this one.