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  12 December 2012

Howdy Y'all

I got Zbrush but I don't know much of it yet.

I saw an cool modelling vid on vimeo by Michael Defeo... I think it's cool how he models but I don't understand how he does the eyes... Tried searching info on youtube and all but couldn't find squat!!!

Any help pls?

This is the link to the vid I saw:http://vimeo.com/29453779
  12 December 2012
By the looks of it he is using the insert mesh tool and adding something like a cylinder for the lower eyelid and then adding a slightly larger cylinder for the upper eyelid. The eyeball looks like a separate sphere. It is a similar thing to how he is doing the ears.

Edit: The answer is actually in the comments beneath the video "Sorry for the jump in the video. It was 2 hemispheres, then DynaMesh to blend them in."
"Oh, I'm sorry Champ, I think I ate your chocolate squirrel"

Last edited by LoudNoises : 12 December 2012 at 03:26 PM.
  01 January 2013
It would have been nice if he made the video as a tut so we can learn what looks like a cool way of doing things.
At first I thought it was insert mesh then add or subtract from the main subtool. Didn't realize it was all Dynamesh until later.
I like to learn.
  01 January 2013
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