Sculpting Cloth for Games in ZBrush
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In this course, instructor Jim Busike will be covering his process for sculpting wrinkles and cloth within ZBrush. Here he will be discussing various wrinkle types, the creation of alphas, and his process for using those alphas to help sculpt the different types of wrinkles found on his characters.
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Jim Busike has been working in the video game industry since 1998. He spent 10 years working as a character artist. He has worked on Final four 99 – 2003, JetX20, Darkwatch, and The Bourne Conspiracy. He has also worked on several projects freelance including models for Zombie Gunship and Toy Sculpts for Wowwee and Outlaw Miniatures. Jim now teaches full time at The Art Institute – Inland Empire.
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|Section 1: Sculpting Cloth and Wrinkles for Games in ZBrush|
Creating the AlphasPreview
Sculpting Wrinkles 01
Setting Up the Mesh
Sculpting Wrinkles 02
Sculpting Wrinkles 03
Sculpting Wrinkles 04 and closing
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