This tutorial series focuses on showing the workflows and techniques of top talent ZBrush artists. In this volume we will join Mickael Lelièvre, who has a massive portfolio of high quality creature sculpts. In his tutorial he will be sculpting an Arowana fish, you will get to see his sculpting process from the beginning to the end, as well as his render and presentation workflow. While he works he also shares his ideas and techniques in the commentary.
You also get all the project files such as the sculpt ztools as well as render
presentation PSDs, also a brush he used to create the scales are included.
Also for more preview images and videos click the link below.
As a bonus I have created a tutorial that focuses on the rendering and presentation workflow and is created with the same lighting/render template that Mickael Lelièvre is using.
You can take a look at the template we use in the link below.
- 2h 53min tutorial video with commentary
- 2 Ztool files
- 2 PSD render presentation files
- 22min tutorial video with commentary
- PSD render presentation file
SoftwareSoftware that was used in these tutorials.
- ZBrush 2018
- Photoshop CC
Please buy one license per viewer or user, or buy a educational/company license for unlimited viewers in one company/scool or event location. Good for school classes, company workshops or public viewings.
Single User License - this license is for one person only you can use it on multiple computers but only one person should have access to it.
Educational/Company license (Unlimited) - Unlimited number of viewers/users at one school/company or event location.
Bigger preview pictures over at - https://www.artstation.com/artwork/Ln4zR
Lighting&Render template - http://bit.ly/JRO-Flipped
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Download other Products - https://gumroad.com/environmentdesign
Additional Preview pictures and art - https://www.artstation.com/artist/jronn
- To follow these tutorials ZBrush is needed.
- You need ZBrush 2018 to open the fish ztools.
- You need Photoshop cc to open presentation render files.
- Pay $8 or what you think it`s worth.
- To fully follow the Bonus render and presentation tutorial you need to
buy the Lighting template over at - http://bit.ly/JRO-Flipped
Artstation - https://www.artstation.com/lelievremickael