Creating a Portfolio-ready Demon Concept in ZBrush

In this ZBrush tutorial, you will learn about creating a demon character concept using ZBrush and Photoshop. Software required: ZBrush 4R2, Photoshop CS5.
Course info
Level
Advanced
Updated
Jun 17, 2013
Duration
4h 14m
Table of contents
Description
Course info
Level
Advanced
Updated
Jun 17, 2013
Duration
4h 14m
Description

In this ZBrush tutorial, you will learn about creating a demon character concept using ZBrush and Photoshop. Throughout the training, you'll also learn methods and techniques for creating ZSpheres, DynaMesh, and polypaint - just to name a few. By the end of the training, you'll have a deeper insight into how to use these tools and you'll be able to adapt them as your own to create a portfolio-ready piece to show prospective clients and studios. Software required: ZBrush 4R2, Photoshop CS5.

About the author
About the author

Josh Crockett is a freelance artist specializing in digital sculpture, concept art, illustration, and creature/character design for the film, gaming, television and publishing industries.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Introduction and Project Overview
My name is Josh Crockett. I'm a freelance creature and character designer for the film and gaming industry. I've created creature designs for various independent features, and I've been featured on numerous websites, including Daz 3D, Coast to Coast AM, and was voted artist of the month at Rederosity. In this course, I'll show you methods of develop to create creature concepts starting from base models to final presentation using Zbrush and Photoshop. Zbrush, Dynamesh, and Polypane are just a few of the tools we'll be covering. By the end of our time together, not only will you have a deeper insight into my hard-earned style and methods, you'll also be able to adapt them into your own process and create a portfolio-ready piece to show prospective clients and studios. So let's get started.