Digital-Tutors Releases ‘Character and Scene Development in ZBrush’

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  04 April 2009
Digital-Tutors Releases ‘Character and Scene Development in ZBrush’

Hi everyone,

The team here at Digital-Tutors is excited to announce our latest training title - ‘Character and Scene Development in ZBrush,’ an in-depth guide to creating polished characters and appealing scenes using ZBrush and Maya. ‘Character and Scene Development in ZBrush’ offers nearly six hours of training and covers a step-by-step approach to character and scene development and provides time-saving workflows to sculpting, texturing, character interaction, composition, lighting, and rendering. Perfect for anyone working on pitch materials and finished comps, to personal portfolio work.

For a detailed outline, e-download information, and a free preview of ‘Character and Scene Development in ZBrush,’ please visit: http://www.digitaltutors.com/store/...?productid=3623

Thank you for your continued support!

The Team at Digital-Tutors

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