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Project Overview: Tough Guy

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When rotating other parts, like the entire arm, draw out a mask with the Transpose tool and invert it. Then position the tool so you can rotate the arm in place. After transposing you always need to correct a few areas, usually where the geometry bends most. I've circled some of these areas in Fig.22.

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Fig. 22

You can take the advantage of using polygroups to hide parts so you can easily fix the problem areas (Fig.23).

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Fig. 23

Fig.24 shows the following:

1. The entire character with polygroups
2. Problem areas fixed and surface polished
3. Adding a simple shader and setting its diffuse value
4. Giving the skin some extra TLC.

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Fig. 24


Here are some turntable screenshots of the arms and, again, you have tons of advantages when you start using polygroups (Fig.25).

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Fig. 25

For Chihuahua Love, I used the Move and Nudge brush quite a lot to make the extreme facial expression. Make sure to work on the lower subdivision levels (Fig.26).

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Fig. 26

The final Chihuahua Love image, including the guy and his dog, can be seen in Fig.27.

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Fig. 27

Thanks for reading this ZBrush tutorial. I hope you found something new and/or useful to use for you own project. I will work on a textured and rendered version of this piece and hopefully soon I will share some of the tips and tricks in this process.




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Rudy Massar on Sat, 22 June 2013 1:07am
Thank you all for dropping a line. I'm glad you like the techniques I described and hopefully they help you with your project too. Happy sculpting ^^
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Barnacles on Tue, 18 June 2013 8:47pm
A big effort for all of us. Helpful, inspiring, clear, easily understood. Thank you
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Andrea Lazzarotti on Thu, 06 June 2013 9:25am
Absolut great, nice tutorial
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Vlad on Mon, 03 June 2013 4:12pm
Very impressive! and extremely helpful, thanks a lot for sharing!
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Sasha on Sun, 02 June 2013 12:02pm
Wow I just want to say thank you for this, I am especially grateful for your wrinkle work flow and highly appreciate what you have done.
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