In this ZBrush tutorial, we focus our attention on sculpting a creature bust with specific attention being paid to the concept art. We will go deep into how to construct a creature bust using only one piece of concept art. We will discuss the advantages and limitations of having a concept to work with as well as various techniques inside of ZBrush that will speed up your workflow. Software required: ZBrush 4R4, Photoshop CS6 .
Introduction and Project Overview Hi there, I'm Lee Magalhaes. I work as a freelance 3D artist in Brazil. In this tutorial we're going to be using ZBrush to sculpt a realistic monster, based off some great concept art. Now Anthony Jones, or Robotpencil, was gracious enough to allow me to use this image for the tutorial. And our goal is to make him proud with our final result. So we're going to be using a variety of techniques inside of ZBrush to produce this model. And I'll be walking you through step-by-step. So it's important to understand the limitations of the concept, but also use what information is there, to help guide us along the more vague pieces of the model. So, by the end of this video, you should be more than able to tackle your own creature bust. So we've got a lot to cover. Let's go ahead and get started.