Sculpting Hands in Zbrush Premium Course is a short timelapse and real time annotated premium course (just under 2 hours).
We are going to look at all stages of production from basic modeling with ZModeler (to have the most control of the mesh) to giving you all the necessary knowledge like proportions, bones, muscles and tendons to feel most comfortable creating your own hands.
The course has a lot of photo references as well as anatomy plates to guide through the whole process. It's not only seeing how one creates the model and what brushes to use but also explaining how to read the surface forms with the help of anatomy to understand what is what and then creating your own hands :).
You can check the short trailer to the course here: https://youtu.be/XPa96JhUClo
Note: some sections in this trailer were sped up much more than what they are in the course for the purposes of this trailer.
What is included:
HD video files (108 minutes of content). Timelapse and real time fully annotated videos. All relevant parts are shown in real time.
Zbrush files of all stages with subdivision levels so you can follow along.
01 - Intro
02 - Hand anatomy overview
03 - Modeling the base hand with ZModeler
04 - Working on proportions
05 - Basic ZBrush setup and brushes
06 - Posing the fingers
07 - Sculpting the hand part 1
08 - Sculpting the hand part 2
09 - Outro
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If you want to check the style of my teaching you can find some of my free tutorials on my youtube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6G4xm2a3dZM&list=PLx_5oixbDZAjXsg4o9IjhApWap1mV9r8v
Please rate this tutorial here on Gumroad :).
- For many of my anatomy plates in this course I have used - "Anatomy For Sculptors: Understanding the Human Figure" by Uldis Zarins with Sandis Kondrats.
You can find this book (and more) here - https://anatomy4sculptors.com/
- I have also extensively used Gray's Anatomy plates from Wikimedia Commons.
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