ZBrush Bootcamp Series by Adam Gibson
Adam Gibson has made available the first three volumes (out of what will be 12) of the ZBrush Bootcamp Series to get people up and running quickly with the software’s highly synergistic capabilities. Here are the details of the currently available videos: Table of Contents for Volume #1 ______________________________________________ Chapter 1- Intro Chapter 2- Purpose Chapter 3- General Orientation to User Interface Chapter 4- Poly Paint Introduction Chapter 5- Switch Color Chapter 6- Alternate Colors Button Chapter 7- Color Picker Chapter 8- Eraser Brush Alternative Chapter 9- Draw Size Chapter 10- Focal Shift Chapter 11- Premade Models ZTools Chapter 12- How to Import OBJ Models Chapter 13- How to Add Scales to a Dinosaur Chapter 14- How to Save Your Work and Final Video Details Running Time: 2 hrs. 43 mins. High Quality (Screen-Res 1920 x 1080 pixels) Video Format: MP4 (.mp4) Level: Beginner ______________________________________________ Table of Contents for Volume #2 ______________________________________________ Chapter 1- Intro Chapter 2- How to Clear the Canvass Chapter 3- Primitives Introduction and Make PolyMesh 3D Chapter 4- Cube Primitive Chapter 5- Cylinder Primitive Chapter 6- Cone Primitive Chapter 7- Ring3D Primitive Chapter 8- Star3D Primitive Chapter 9- Arrow3D Primitive Chapter 10- Spiral3D Primitive Chapter 11- Helix3D Primitive Chapter 12- Gear3D Primitive Chapter 13- Spherinder3D Primitive Chapter 14- Terrain3D Primitive Chapter 15- Plane3D Primitive Chapter 16- Circle3D Primitive Chapter 17- SweepProfile3D Primitive Chapter 18- Initialize Primitives (Part One) Chapter 19- Initialize Primitives (Part Two) Chapter 20- Orthagonal Perspective Views Chapter 21- How to Move Objects/Meshes Chapter 22- Combine Masking Move Tool Video Details Running Time: 2 hrs. 8 mins. High Quality (Screen-Res 1920 x 1080 pixels) Video Format: MP4 (.mp4) Level: Beginner ______________________________________________ Table of Contents for Volume #3 ______________________________________________ Chapter 1- Intro Chapter 2- Backface Masking Button for Sculpting on Thin Meshes/Objects Chapter 3- Topological Brush Settings Chapter 4- How to Paint a Mask Chapter 5- How to Inverse a Mask Chapter 6- How to Clear a Mask Chapter 7- How to Erase a Mask Chapter 8- Mask All Chapter 9- Blur Mask Chapter 10- Sharpen Mask Chapter 11- Grow Mask Chapter 12- Shrink Mask Chapter 13- Extract Polys to New Subtool Chapter 14- Append and Insert Tool (Part One) Chapter 15- Append and Insert Tool (Part Two) Chapter 16- Final Video Details Running Time: 1 hr. 53 mins. High Quality (Screen-Res 1920 x 1080 pixels) Video Format: MP4 (.mp4) Level: Beginner _____________________________________________ Purchase Links: ZBrush Bootcamp Series Volume #1 [wp_eStore:product_id:276:end] ($19.00) ZBrush Bootcamp Series Volume #2 [wp_eStore:product_id:284:end] ($19.00) ZBrush Bootcamp Series Volume #3 [wp_eStore:product_id:286:end] ($19.00)
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will your series include Lightwave Zbrush workflows and gotchas?
Yes the series will contain LW/ZB integration. The current 3 volumes are on Zbrush basics and getting started with the program 🙂
I hope that helps:) If you have any other questions feel free to ask:)
I do also already have a whole series on ZBrush/LW Integration and Gotchas if that’s what you are looking for 🙂
Will this series cover workflow with all the new features such as dynamesh? (When and how to use) The books I see are to old to meld these newer tools in.
What about some MODO integrations ???
i can’t find any resource in tutorials about Zb/Modo or Modo vs ZB integration. Or how the maps between zb and modo will work…
@ Bil Carey,
I will definitely be covering Dynamesh…it’s a very cool and powerful tool:)
Yes…you are correct about Modo/Zbrush integration training…it’s something that’s needed…and I’ve been thinking about it in the back of my head for over a year now…hopefully I will get to it soon 🙂
Great to hear that you think about ZB/MODO vs MODO/ZB workflows.
Can’t wait, sounds great 😉