ZBrush 4 and JK3 ?! -1 reply

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Almighty_who?

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#11 8 years ago

yeah undoubtedly. zbrush requires a firm knowledge of the basics at least.

the thing is as well, zbrush models tend to be very very very bad for animating in their raw form. so you need a good knowledge of topology for animation when you're doing retopo (after blocking + sculpting). there's a lot that goes into it, for sure. i was just stating my workflow.

but no, generally speaking, basic users wouldn't benefit from using zbrush.




reuber

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#12 8 years ago

i was just thinkin to try zbrush to make one humanoid character for JKA, but the things u all say here i think the best stuff for JKA still's the 3D's max or for little work - gmax, cause i can't do maps with radiant or to make models or sabers with milkshape :( so may be i'll keep to learn on 3D's max 10x a lot ppls xD:)




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