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Learning Mudbox

October 16th, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

As I mentioned in an earlier post, I have lots of difficulty working with Zbrush. I find its interface and idiosyncrasies absolutely horrendous. I basically have to re-learn the software every time I let it rest for a while and then come back to it. So over the week-end I thought “Let’s try Mudbox”. So I did this little frog-thing here…

The result is: I much prefer Mudbox’s interface and workflow, but it is obvious that it’s not as full-featured as Zbrush. As to the sculpt itself, it’s supposed to be a foot-soldier of some sort, so I’ll have to finish painting it and maybe bang up a props or two. I’ll soon post a picture of the process I followed to quickly block it out…


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  1. October 17th, 2011 at 21:02 | #1

    That is pretty awesome for a weekend! I agree about the Zbrush interface, I too have to remember everything when I open it. Ironically I did the same thing as far as learning mudbox over the weekend and I was up and using it in literally like 5 mins. Can’t say I pumped out anything as nice as that frog though.

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