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Is zBrushCore worth it?
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>>618381
Zbrush won't fix your terrible anatomy OP...
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>>618385
Pic not related?
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what the fuck, is this board dead or something?
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I've heard the Core version has way too many reasons for it to be actually useful. Better just to save and get the full version instead.
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>>618538
I mite boi.
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>>618537
>not knowing /3/ is literally the slowest board on all of 4chan
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>>618537
while waiting for you answers, please entertain yourself with our domestic shitposter
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>>618385
his anatomy is fine though?

use dyntopo though if you continue to use blender
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>>618381
its got all the core sculpting tools. its missing some key features like zremesher, and some brushes. so anything u sculpt would need manual retopology in another program to be animated. also it will have shit loads of tris, so will be a bitch to unwrap and textured unless you retopo in another program. you can poly paint to texture your sculpts in Zbrush core tho. i got started in ZBrush core and its definitely enough to learn sculpting with. its only 150 and then if u wanna upgrade to full later on they give u a 100$ discount if u already have a core license. Full is the way to go if u can afford it, but core is more than enough if just want to do sculpting / make busts.
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>>618593
Have you ever visited /po/? There are at least a dozen threads that have been up for over a year
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>>619485
What an useful post. Thanks anon!
I can retopologize in blender, and i have no use for animating the model, so in the meantime I'm actually considering getting core until i find a pocket of income I can splurge with.
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>>619549
You can sculpt in Blender too. The advantage of zbrush is that you can sculpt up to like 40 million polys where you'd start struggling at like 4 in Blender, so if you retopo in Blender, what happens when you load in a zbrush sculpt with 24 million tris?
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>>619556
You decimate your 24M poly sculpt down to 1M before export from Zbrush, same way it is done in Maya or any other software
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>>618381

Unless your goal is to get something slightly cheaper than zBrush to learn how to use the basics of zBrush then you're better off getting 3D Coat.




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