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Transforming Daz Dragon 3 with Zbrush

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Product Name: Transforming Daz Dragon 3 with Zbrush
Product ID: 35977
Published Artist(s): Digital Art Live, magbhitu
Created By: N/A
Release Date: 2016-12-04

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This is over six hours of tutorials in taking an existing popular dragon model and learning how to re-engineer it. Discover how to add morphs and alter the detailing and colouring using ZBrush. It's a comprehensive project in how to create new morphs to alter a model, use secondary sculpting for detailing and then creating texture maps and colouring to give a brand new look and feel to the model. These tutorials were a live webinar class recorded in full HD and presented by master sculptor John Haverkamp.

You'll need ZBrush (4R7 was used) to follow along with these tutorials and to have a basic to intermediate knowledge of this software. When showing how to prepare and edit the texture maps in this guide, we used Photoshop.

You'll Learn
1. A complete tour of the Daz Dragon 3.
2. An examination of dragon anatomy using geometrically simplified forms.
3. A comprehensive step-by-step guide for building morphs for iterative designs of Dragon
4. Learn the secrets of iterative design. How to generate “happy accidents” and variants of Daz Dragon 3 that can be sold in the Daz 3D store
5. Painting and texturing your dragon.
6. Getting it all working in an Iray shader in Daz

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