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  • Master custom brushes for characters (Download Only)

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    Using custom brushes can add that special texture and help speed up your workflow. You can use a combination of custom brushes to quickly add cracks, dirt and scratches to textures or images, or use them to paint an underlying texture such as skin, cloth, leather and metal to a section of a painting. This expert guide reveals how to create different brushes to texture characters. Written by industry pros, each artist starts with a basic un-textured character and demonstrates how to create brushes that will add that all-important detail.
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  • 3DCreative: Issue 103 - March 2014 (Download Only)

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    Fact: Mathieu Aerni created our cover image Get out of my yard!!! in just one night! This issue, Mathieu demonstrates that incredible 3D images don’t need to take days to create. With an understanding of sculpting anatomy and materials, you can generate interesting characters in next no time at all! Add to this helpings of character inspiration from the exceptionally talented Katon Callaway, and you get an issue packed with industry insights and helpful techniques.
  • 3DCreative: Issue 112 - December 2014 (Download Only)

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    In this month’s issue, we chat with Marcello Baldari about his Polysketches, Pior Oberson about his brilliant character designs, and Djordje Nagulov about his anatomical studies. Learn how to create environments with Vue and ZBrush, improve your work processes in Maya, brush up on your Polypainting skills, and much more besides.
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  • 3DCreative: Issue 110 - October 2014 (Download Only)

    In this month’s issue, we’re going to the movies with Ken Barthelmey (The Maze Runner) and Iker García Santander (Justin and the Knights of Valour), as they share their thoughts on the industry and experiences from the world of film. We’re also happy to be trying something new with our Spotlight feature, a versatile space for different kinds of 3D artists and their projects. This month, we’re proud to feature traditional sculptor Jonathan Payne and his extraordinary clay creations. They’re pretty unsettling – you’ve been warned!

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