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Working with ShadowBox in ZBrush
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Released Oct 31, 2010
  • ZBrush
    ZBrush 4
  • 1h 18m
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  • Project Files Included
Justin Marshall

Pluralsight

Justin Marshall
In this ZBrush tutorial we will learn to use ShadowBox in ZBrush 4 to create custom hard-surface objects. Zbrush has always been a great tool for sculpting and painting complex organic shapes. However, creating sharp, hard-surface pieces with complicated shapes has been more challenging. With ShadowBox in Zbrush 4, artists will have a much wider range of objects they're able to create.
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Introduction and project overview
1

Introduction and project overview

 
01:04
The basics of ShadowBox
2

The basics of ShadowBox

 
07:27
Working with the Mask brushes
3

Working with the Mask brushes

 
11:12
Working with the Clip brushes
4

Working with the Clip brushes

 
09:08
Using ShadowBox with symmetry
5

Using ShadowBox with symmetry

 
08:03
Appending ShadowBox meshes
6

Appending ShadowBox meshes

 
15:47
Using the BRadius and Polygroups settings
7

Using the BRadius and Polygroups settings

 
07:19
Applying masks with custom textures
8

Applying masks with custom textures

 
10:30
Conforming ShadowBox meshes with the Matchmaker brush
9

Conforming ShadowBox meshes with the Matchmaker brush

 
07:34