September 10, 2008

Zbrush is fun!




Here's my first rough attempt at using Zbrush....trying to make a photo real Asian elephant. (its not done yet...needs more sculpting)

I made the top model in MAYA , then I morphed and pulled it in Zbrush to form a realistic looking elephant. Zbrush is so powerful and easy to use, its just like sculpting with digital clay.



14 comments:

RAWLS said...

That looks great dude. I gotta try that program one of these days!

Katy Hargrove said...

I hope you don't mind me saying that I like the top simple model more than the realistic elephant(though that's pretty sweet too!)

louis Thomas said...

wow, that's great!!great model..

Jarrett said...

Nice ELEPHANT!! You gotta do these more often.

But seriously, very cool.

David said...

Dang! Beautiful- You've really go pachyderms down!

DD

elephantmarchblog said...

Great stuff. Though frankly I like the top one the most; simpler is generally better. Not that you couldn't get away with more detail on the top one, but I think it's got the best shapes.

Bobby Chiu said...

that's really freakin cool! nice job

hadi tabasi said...

great model !!!!

Steve sculpts critters said...

Nice job!
You really know your way around an elephant.
Once you've zbrushed, can you change the pose back in Maya?
Cheers,
Steve.

Kasey said...

Wow, that's incredible--that last picture I really thought was a clay model for a second--if not for the slight pixelation around the feet I wouldn't have believed this was done on the computer. Wonderful work!

hadi tabasi said...

wwwooowww, thanks andrew

Octav said...

the detail is awsome

Mohammad.Modarres said...

really great work despite the fact that this is your first try in zbrush,great work again

Whitney Pollett said...

MAHAhaha your blog is hilarious!! I love everything about it! I too share your love for elephants! And your work is phenomenal to boot! Nice stuff, good job!!