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By Máté Vörös, 3D Artist, Digital sculptor

Make Your Very Own Custom Hair Brush And Hairstyle In Zbrush

Language: English
All Levels

Course description

Zbrush is the most professional 3D software suitable for creating 3D models of any kind. Hair is a really important part of a character. It can be realistic, stylized or cartoonish. There are a lot of different hair brushes on the internet, but why don't you make your own one? You can use it without to worry about the rights or maybe you can't find the suitable on the internet what you need for your own character. Furthermore after you have made a custom brush, you can sell it on the internet so that can be a cool passive income for you. In this course I will guide you through, how you can make your very own custom hair brush and hairstyle to your character. During the course you will learn: How to make custom hair geometry How to make a brush from a custom geometry How to make a badass icon to you custom brush How to build up a custom hair on a character Follow my Zbrush course and create your own hair brush and hairstyle and share it with me and the others! Get access to a private Facebook group where you will get a lot of useful resources day to day and you can connect with other 3D artists.

Course overview - 13

  • Introduction

  • Zbrush Basics

  • Set Up The Project

  • Clone Cylinders

  • Separate Polygroups

  • Top Middle Bottom Polygroup

  • Make The New Brush Of That

  • Curve Mode

  • Try On Female Head

  • Save The New Brush

  • Hair Build Up

  • Download The Project And My Hair Brush

  • Congratulations!

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Meet your instructor

Máté Vörös
Máté Vörös3D Artist, Digital sculptor
I am 3D artist, digital sculptor. I am sculpting characters, creatures and 3D assets for 3D printing or digital purposes using Zbrush. As a digital sculptor I was involved in the creation of several board game, tabletop game and video game projects. I am here to help you to unleash your creativity. If you have any questions, please ask!