More ideas from Aaron
the red background can be taken to signify either love or aggression, and i think the bold contrast really helps all of the elements to play off of each other well.

the red background can be taken to signify either love or aggression, and i think the bold contrast really helps all of the elements to play off of each other well. Anti-Racism Festival poster by Unusual

SKaoru is sharing his latest figurine from the game “Kankore”, created in #ZBrush. The model is really gorgeous and he provides many different angles and close-ups. If you are a lover of Japanese-style figurines, it's a ZBrushCentral thread that you can't miss! http://zbru.sh/p3

Sakaki Kaoru Sakaki's sketchBook & video (+ breakdown Pg - Page 2 These brushes are found in my ZBrush Assets board

Zbrush Fibermesh to 3D max Hair And Fur

Zbrush Fibermesh to max Hair And Fur

"The Assassin" quick tips about the hair creation by Bruno Melo

Modeled with and ZBrush, uv with and zbrush uvmaster, textures in photoshop and zbrush, hair with zbrush fibermesh and rendered with vray.

FREE ZBrush Tutorial by Michael Defeo. Hair Details with a Curvetube Brush on Schoolism.com

FREE ZBrush Tutorial by Michael Defeo. Hair Details with a Curvetube Brush on character char

Planes, facets,  surfaces to look for when drawing mouths.

Planes, facets, surfaces to look for when drawing mouths. It's always important when modelling to remember basic construction and geometry.

Torn Cloth Tutorial from: gmp1993 on ZBC After some experimenting I finally figured out how to do it in Zbrush, and it looks pretty good. Quick overview of it is your using a weave pattern with Micro Mesh to Geo to get you torn fabric, but doing the whole model this way will create an insane amount of polys, so figured out how to just make the edges geo and the rest of the model using Micro Mesh during the BPR. I go into detail below.

Step by step tutorial on how to create cloth wrinkles as well as tears in the cloth.