If you want to create more detailed characters, you'll need a strong foundational understanding of ZBrush and the new ZModeler brush. In this course, ZModeler Character Workflows in ZBrush and Maya, you will create a character from head to toe including the accessories and hard surface parts. Then, you will properly export the completed character and render it in Arnold for Maya. Finally you will unwrap the character's UVs, export, and render the final character in Maya 2017 using Arnold for Maya. By the end of this course, you'll know how to approach modeling and sculpting ANY characters in ZBrush with the ZModeler brush.
Software required: ZBrush 4r7, Maya 2017.
Rafael Duffie is a 3D modeler and sculptor with over 15 years of combined design experience and 4 years in Film and Games. He has been tested under extreme pressure, not only in the military, but also in the television film industry, as well as the comic book industry.
Hi everyone, my name is Rafael Duffie and welcome to my course, ZModeler Character Workflows in ZBrush and Maya.
I am a Character Artist and Lighting Artist in the film, commercial and game industries.
In this course, we are going to model and sculpt a character from head to toe, complete with accessories, all in ZBrush with the ZModeler Brush and a few sculpting techniques. We’ll then set up UV’s with the UV Master, export and render with Arnold for Maya.
Some of the major topics that we will cover include:
ZModeler Brush workflows
Making Custom Topology
Modeling and Sculpting Accessories
Uv's with the UV Master
And lighting and rendering with Arnold
By the end of this course, you’ll know how to approach Modeling and sculpting ANY characters in ZBrush with the ZModeler brush. How to create accessories. How to sculpt and add high resolution detail with alphas and IMM brushes. How to get your character out of ZBrush properly to any 3d package. And how to make beautiful, fast renders with Arnold for Maya.
Before beginning the course you should be familiar with ZBrush sculpting and Maya lighting and rendering techniques.From here, you should feel comfortable diving into ZBrush and Maya with courses on:
Modeling Sculpting and Lighting and Rendering.
I hope you’ll join me on this journey to learn how to create characters with the ZModeler Character Workflows in ZBrush and Maya course, at Pluralsight.