In this tutorial we will study the differences between male and female anatomy, particularly the legs. With a direct focus on softer shapes and the overall outline of the model, we will quickly block out the shapes and explore the major differences between genders. This tutorial is best done after you've completed the more in depth Male Anatomy Series since it assumes your familiarity with the anatomical structure of the leg and the workflows that we have used in the past. Software required: ZBrush4R6. Software required: ZBrush 4R6.
Introduction and Project Overview [Autogenerated] Hi, everyone. My name is Lee Magallanes. I'm a three d artist, focus on modeling and character sculpting. I currently work, is a full time teacher and freelancer in Brazil and have been in the industry for over five years. In this course, we're gonna be sculpting a complete female leg. Since we've covered similar topics like these in our previous male anatomy, Siri's gonna be focusing specifically on the gender differences that can be found between the two, mainly the pelvis region and what makes the female hips so specific. We're gonna be talking about fat pads and places where the female body tends to be softer and why we're also gonna be sculpting the feet. And we're gonna try to focus on the summer delicate shapes on the toes and just the leg. In general, By the end of this tutorial, you'll have a much deeper understanding of female anatomy and the lower body intricacies. I'm excited to bring you this tutorial here on digital tutors and look forward to sharing my techniques with you.