crossposted from youtube :) ( http://youtu.be/OIWVqvya8_M)
another zbrush sculpt timelapse i did using heavy dynamesh. This is the first time I've tried any adventurous workflow stuff haha. I made use of curvetubes and insertsphere on spheres with dynamesh for anyone interested.
I know it's a weird time to post a X-mas themed sculpt but you can't help when you're inspired, right!
I really dug Yoko Kanno and Maaya Sakamoto's amazing song 'Kissing the Christmas Killer' so I thought I'd make a sculpt to it :)
Join us as Paul Gaboury the 3D Product Development Manager of Pixologic Inc highlights new features in ZBrush 4R6 for Win. Paul will extensively cover ZRemesher along with the new brushes,Trim and Crease. He will also be walking us through how using polygroups with DynaMesh can create a unique workflow for design. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to discover what ZBrush can do for you.
Paul Gaboury is Pixologic’s 3D Product Development Manager. He works with several studios, such as Legacy Effects, Disney Animation, Bad Robot, Pixar, Hasbro, Sideshow Collectibles, and many more, on enhancing their digital sculpting pipeline with ZBrush. He is also involved in all aspects of ZBrush development and working with artists around the world offering support.
This clip from SAMSARA showing food production and consumption has been getting a lot of attention! Music by Lisa Gerrard and Marcello de Francisci. For full credits and more information on SAMSARA please visit barakasamsara.com.
We'd love for you to watch the whole film: SAMSARA is available on DVD and Blu-ray, as well as On Demand from Amazon, ITunes and Netflix and just recently made #1 on Cinefix's top 10 list of the most beautiful movies of all time (youtube.com/watch?v=kj73aDoeFdk).
A note from SAMSARA producer Mark Magidson:
"We are happy this clip has struck a chord with so many people, and we hope that the interest in this clip will lead viewers to see SAMSARA in its entirety. This clip represents only 6 minutes from a 100 minute long film, which was photographed in 25 countries and explores many other diverse aspects of the human experience. We would love for viewers to experience SAMSARA as a whole."