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Learn to Sculpt an Underground Catacomb with ZBrush

Jump into ZBrush and learn to sculpt this scene, bake the normal maps, and then present the scene in Marmoset!
Instructor:
3dmotive LLC
90 estudiantes matriculados
English [Auto-generated]
Learn to sculpt a complex scene in ZBrush
Understand the basics of building the low poly and baking normal maps of this scene
Learn to present and setup the scene inside of Marmoset

In this series, Emiel Sleegers is going to be covering how to sculpt and build a catacomb environment using Maya and ZBrush. For starters he will be creating and unwrapping some base meshes within Maya, and from there he will be taking said meshes into ZBrush where he will covering topics such dynamesh, additional damage sculpting, insert mesh, and more. From there, he will then export the meshes back to Maya for an optimization pass and then take everything into Marmoset Toolbag for rendering.

(Students – please look under Section 1 / Lecture 1 downloads for the source files associated with the lesson.)

More about the Instructor:

Emiel Sleegers is a self-taught 3d artist currently residing in the Netherlands. He’s been teaching himself 3D art for the past 3-4 years, and has worked as a freelance artist on numerous unannounced projects. He’s a lover of all things 3d and enjoys sharing the knowledge he has obtained with others eager to learn.

Sculpting Introduction and the Basics

1
Download Course Files Here!
2
Course Introduction
3
Modeling in Maya
4
Modeling in Maya Continued
5
Sculpting Bricks in ZBrush
6
Brick Sculpting Timelapse

Refining the Scene and Sculpting Details

1
Introduction
2
Sculpting the Floor and Cross
3
Sculpting the Main Wall
4
Refining the Main Wall
5
Sculpting the Bones And Skulls

Polishing and Presenting our Scene

1
Introduction
2
Optimizing the Models
3
Baking All Textures
4
Polishing the Scene
5
Refining and Object Placement
6
Importing into Marmoset and Final Presentation
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