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My first 3D sculpt of a horse

Discussion in 'Digis - Digital Miniatures 3D Modeling' started by Venko, Jun 10, 2021 at 10:41 AM.

  1. Venko Well-Known Member


    I'm presenting you my first 3D sculpt with ZBrush Mini, which is the free version of the software with limited tools (no masks, measurement etc.), I had to rely on my perception of the anatomy and proportions (I made already two horses from clay).
    About two evenings of work to get used to the brushes.
    I didn't sculpt the mane intentionally and I have to learn how to pose the sculpt in the future.
    The files can be exported for 3D printing, which is nice feature :)

    I hope you like it :)



  2. dwhitford Active Member

    Looks like a great start, thanks for posting the pictures. I may have to check out more information on ZBrush Mini.

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  3. Venko Well-Known Member



    ZBrush Mini has limited tools, compared to the full version, but usually you need only 3-4 of the brushes to make a sculpt. And the interface is more user friendly ;)

    You can try Blender also, it is keeping up with every update and is free :)

    I made the pose of the legs with Blender and some refining:

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  4. Nap A Fixture

    Hi Venko

    All credit to you , Z brush, Blender.....all great tools that offer mch to today's sculptors

    Thanks for sharing

    Happy digi sculpting

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  5. Aumakua Member

    Sweet work Venko!
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  6. Venko Well-Known Member

    Thank you!

    I'm still learning, but it is fun :)

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