A Free Stylized Base Mesh and a Guide to Creating Busts
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A Free Stylized Base Mesh and a Guide to Creating Busts
12 June, 2017

Senior 3D Character Artist Leslie Van den Broeck shared a free stylized base mesh you can use as a starting point. The artist is known for marvelous stylized models, so this is a really great way to dive into character art. 

After getting a lot of questions about the availability of my stylized female basemesh I decided to refine it a little bit and make it available.

Disclaimer, this is a base to start with. do not take it as reference for anatomy, proportions or anything else. its purely a startingpoint. 

Leslie Van den Broeck

By downloading a pack you get a ztl. that has the meshes combined and polygroups assigned to them and a obj. file.

Make sure to check out an awesome 8-hour video by Leslie on using a mesh below:

Get the base mesh

Want more? Here is a guide on how to make a base mesh for creating stylized busts inside of ZBrush by the artist. The guide folder includes a custom ZBrush UI setup and the actual base mesh itself.

Get the guide

And don’t forget to check out the artist’s artworks here

Source: Gumroad

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Kouki San
Kouki San

Sadly that awesome base mesh is no longer available for sale in the gumroad store. Any way or other links that we can get a copy of it?