ZBrush Guide: Rope Curve Brush
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by Polygrinder
12 hours ago

Really awesome work and the tutorial is fantastic. Thanks for sharing.

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ZBrush Guide: Rope Curve Brush
1 March, 2018

Pablo Munoz has shared a new guide to generating rope curve brush in ZBrush. We’ve already published a couple of articles on the topic, but the tutorial shows an alternative approach which is quite unique. 

Here are all the steps in a single image:

You’ll learn:

  • The use of deformers
  • How to approach the creation of repetitive patterns
  • How to create a curve brush to make Rope
  • Creating and tweaking the attributes of a curve brush
  • Additional processes to add details to the rope using the NoiseMaker plugin

Watch the guide here if you have problems.

In this video tutorial, I’ll walk you through the process of creating yet another rope curve brush. I know this is a topic that has been well documented, but I just wanted to show you an alternative method. The technique in this video is perhaps not the most intuitive one, but it can give you great results.

Pablo Munoz 

You can the written version of the guide here

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