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Introduction To Sculpting In ZBrush

Ryan Kingslien, Creator, Destroyer, Artist, Friend

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9 Videos (2h 5m)
    • Welcome Home

    • Moving Around Zbrush

    • Blocking In Structure

    • Blocking In Perspective

    • Adding Clay In Structure

    • Adjusting Topology

    • 07 Circuity

    • 08 Mouth

    • 09 V2 EyesMovie


About This Class

This course is designed for those who want to learn ZBrush like a traditional sculpting course.  I'll explain only the main tools you need to get up and started and explain a few thing about the anatomy of the face while I go.  

Emphasis is put on just sculpting.  Not sculpting "right"... just sculpting.  So make sure you do this exercise several times.  The more faces you sculpt the better everyone looks. :)

19 of 19 students recommendSee All

Very clear instructions for a beginner! Thanks!
I've been following this class and it definetely has helped me a lot! Totally recomend it. The only thing I'd say, is that there seems to be some parts missing, always at the end of the video, like 2 or 3 minutes, (for expample between the 4th and the 5th video) but other than that it's great!
awesome class, totally recomend it!
Sergio Yamasaki

3d generalist





Ryan Kingslien

Creator, Destroyer, Artist, Friend

I started drawing when he was six years old and been a bit off ever since...

I studied the arcane magic of traditional art at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; earned my degree in being a bohemian poet in Prague while attending courses at Antioch University; picked up digital arts in the heart of Hollywood, California where the magic of the film and game industry still reverberates.

I've been a waiter, a manager, a telemarketer (sorry about that...), a busboy, a roofer, a ...

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