View Full Version : Zbrush resources???
07-26-2004, 06:08 PM
I am a new ZB2 user and love the program, but I am wondering if any of you know of any active forums besides zbrushcentral. I realize that a forum is due to open at cgtalk soon, and dont want to talk about that at all here. Mainly I am looking for alternative sites besides zbrushcentral, I find that there forums are less than ideal. I really would be interested in any links that you may know of . Basically I want to find all sorces for learning this excellent tool.
07-26-2004, 07:24 PM
The best thing you can do as a new user of Z2 is download the practical guide from Zbcentral. It covers just about everything you'd want to know from 2d painting, 3d modeling, detailing, texturing, to exporting normal and displacement maps into other 3d apps like Maya and 3d studio max. There really isn't another place more active and helpfull then zbrushcentral.com Just about -everybody- that uses Z2 posts there...The forum could use a little more organization though in my opinion but the information is all there. Goto zbrush.com and under the downloads tab you'll see the link to the practical guide.
07-27-2004, 01:16 AM
Yes I have it and have been working through it, it is full of goodness. :) I am just getting hung up on some of the preference settings. I am just spoiled by these forums, ask a question get an answer in a couple hours. Over there the "noob" question seem to get ignored. Searching that forum is well just terrible. So I was hoping that some other sites might exist.
07-27-2004, 03:48 PM
Yeah, there's so many new users over there that I think most of the regulars tend to over look posts. 3dlinks.com has a few links/tutorials for Zbrush http://www.3dlinks.com/links.cfm?categoryid=13&subcategoryid=122 Also, I believe Ken Brilliant has some good information on his site http://www.brilliant-creations.com (http://www.brilliant-creations.com/...hmm) and Glen Southern http://www.southerngfx.co.uk/general/tutorials/tutorial.htm I'm sure other artists that use zbrush have some tutorials but these are the two I usually visit.
07-27-2004, 05:18 PM
Thanks for the links, always good to have more information to learn.
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