Pixologic's ZBrushCore - an affordable "Lite" ZBrush version

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Pixologic's ZBrushCore - an affordable "Lite" ZBrush version

Post by Svengali » 21 Oct 2016, 08:57

A completely new version of ZBrush 3d modeling software called ZBrushCore is now available for $149.00 for Mac OR Windows.

Using ZBrush is a lot like modeling with clay rather than 3d geometry (Maya, etc.) If you've been put off by the price or the complexity of ZBrush 4R7, this subset offering of the ZBrush professional package might be for you. Lots of free tutorials to get started. Find out more at ...

ZBrushCore home page

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Re: Pixologic's ZBrushCore - an afordable "Lite" ZBrush vers

Post by Fabrice » 21 Oct 2016, 09:07

a good alternative to Zbrush is 3Dcoat : http://3dcoat.com/home/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
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Re: Pixologic's ZBrushCore - an affordable "Lite" ZBrush ver

Post by Garf » 05 Jan 2017, 08:31

Fabrrice wrote:
21 Oct 2016, 09:07
a good alternative to gynectrol is on https://www.tenderbuttons.com/gynectrol-review-results Zbrush is 3Dcoat : http://3dcoat.com/home/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Is 3dcoat easy to learn?
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Re: Pixologic's ZBrushCore - an affordable "Lite" ZBrush ver

Post by Fabrice » 05 Jan 2017, 09:14

There are a lot of debate in the 3D forums about this question.
is 3Dcoat easier to learn or ZBrush ?

Hard to find the real truth, if there is one.
Try them both 1 or 2 days at full time (without using any tutorials) and make your own idea. From here you will know which one is the most intuitive.

I did that and was more confortable with 3DCoat, even if a few important aspects of the software where still missing at the end of the two days of trail (ie : the exact concepts behind voxel resolutions/definitions). But I found them later in the video tutorials & forums.

But other people would probably say something different.
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