Guide: Using ZBrush for Concept Art
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Guide: Using ZBrush for Concept Art
7 December, 2017
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Check out a 6-part video guide to using ZBrush for the creation of concept art. Pixologic asked Joseph Drust and Andrew Bosley to show the basics of mixing different tools and some crucial points of the production process. 

First, meet Joseph Drust and Andrew Bosley. Jump right into ZBrush to use the default ZModeler Brush options for the creation of building structures.

Part 2

Using 2.5D and its functionality to create an Alpha.

Part 3

Use the Alpha to create Surface Noise. Render with BPR, convert it to editable geometry and prepare buildings for KeyShot.

Part 4

Use the ZBrush to KeyShot Bridge and create some render passes from various KeyShot materials.

Part 5

Manipulate renders and start texturing in Photoshop.

Part 6

Put the finishing touches on your concept art. 

Source: Pixologic
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There’s part 2 instead of part 3 video.

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