A Pack of Advanced Rock Brushes for ZBrush
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A Pack of Advanced Rock Brushes for ZBrush
27 June, 2017
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Take a look at a pack of 50 custom brushes from Pablo Munoz Gomez for the creation of rocks in ZBrush. These brushes are not just simple alphas, they allow you to sculpt like you would with a Standard brush or clay buildup brush, whilst creating interesting rock patterns with plenty of details.

The pack also features bonus materials that include 55 high-resolution photos of rocks for references and 15 (4K) textures of interesting rock formations, including base colour, normal map, a height map and AO.

Level: Intermediate and expert.

You’ll get 3 ‘.RAR’ files and the user guide as a PDF:

  • 50_Rock_Brushes_Pack.rar – This compressed file includes all the custom brushes
  • Rock_PBR_Textures.rar. This file has the 15 textures for PBR workflow (15 x 5maps)
  • Rock_References.rar – This file has the 55 high-res images for reference
  • Rocks_Advanced_brushes_quick_guide.pdf – the user guide with a short description of each brush and how to use them.

Here are some of the possible results:

 

Buy the pack for $10

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Interesting and certainly cheap for the amount of stuff you get.