In this series of ZBrush tutorials, we'll be focusing on a practical approach for sculpting in ZBrush with the objective of printing your model. 3D printing has become a big industry and artists that understand the needs of the current machines are in demand. We'll create our own simple miniature figurines for this purpose and go through all of the steps that you need to be aware of for your model to print successfully. By the end of this ZBrush training you should be more than able to print for basically any project that comes your way. Software required: ZBrush 4r6, KeyShot 5.
Introduction and Project Overview [Autogenerated] Hi, everyone. My name is Lee Magallanes. I'm a 30 artists to focus on characters and digital sculpting. I'm currently working as freelancer in Brazil and have been in the industry for over five years. In this course, we're going to design and sculpt a mensch, A model for three D printing. Three D printing is a rapidly evolving industry, and as such, we modelers and sculptors have a really awesome way to get her creations out of the computer and into our desks. So this course is going to focus on some great topics, like using exaggerated proportions. How to achieve realistic looks on stylized proportion characters, adding your own look and simplifying shapes, blocking things out as well as good tips and methods from modeling inside a Z bush with purpose of printing. By the end of the training, you'll learn how it approach, making your own miniatures for either yourself or gifting it to your friends. The possibilities are endless. I'm super excited to shreds, to toil with you and hope that this allows you to create something awesome. So let's go ahead and get started with the first lesson