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Do people generally use zspheres? I'm new to Zbrush and I'm having a hard time with them. Do I just need to get good or are people using other techniques for starting their sculpts?
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>>521505
I like using Zspheres, but you can start from a sphere if you want
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>>521505

Dynamesh replaced zspheres. They are good for posing quadrupeds and other things like monsters though.
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>>521505
If you made that in your picture, don't forget to add shoulder and hip joints. One more in the neck would help too I think.
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I aleays use zspheres to get the form rigt then switch to dynamesh and finaly remesh so i can start subdiv sculpting
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>>521505
Its all about preference really. Zspheres are nice, other than that i usually start with a sphere and dynamesh it, or just throw different shapes on top of eachother with dynamesh to combine them. i like this method cos it feels like your just slapping clay around to get what u want
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Thanks for the feedback guys. I think I'm simply more comfortable with using dynamesh for building up shapes.



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