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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
8117.1 
ZBrush Core 120 $
http://zbrushcore.com/features

...and for Frenchies it will be in French !!! So a little revolution !)
(6 multi-languages)

EDITED: 1 Oct by PILOU

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 From:  futagoza (STEFAN)
8117.2 
I placed my order already, before the price jumps to 149 USD.

I only hope it allows us also to import meshes...

EDIT: just saw that they updated the feature list and it does allow
to import .obj! :-)

Regards
Stefan

EDITED: 16 Oct by STEFAN

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 From:  mkdm
8117.3 In reply to 8117.1 
Hi Pilou,

Very interesting indeed but ...let's take a look at the "Advanced Features" section of the official page at http://zbrushcore.com/features

It misses almost everything that it's needed to be a really good Polygonal 3D Modeler.

First of all it misses : ZModeler, Edgeloop, Crease, Automatic retopolgy...just to name a few.

Furthermore, in the "Texturing" sectiopn of that page, we can read :

3D painting capabilities (PolyPaint) : Basic,
Texture Map support : NO

Certainly it has the Zbrush heritage but...I think that it's just an heritage.

We will see...

Nice day,

- Marco (mkdm)
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
8117.4 
It's the first step! ;)
In any case yet sufficient for direct sculpting for 3D Print!





EDITED: 1 Oct by PILOU

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 From:  Metin Seven (METINSEVEN)
8117.5 
As a ZBrush 4R7 owner I'm really looking forward to the 4R8 update. Its main features are:

• a conventional gizmo as an alternative to the Transpose line;
• realtime Boolean operations;
• LazyMouse improvements, such as angle snaps, and seamlessly continuing a stroke with the same depth as the previous stroke;
• 3D alphas (Vector Displacement Maps), for advanced 3D brushes.

— Metin

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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
8117.6 
About ZBrush Core for someone who don't know ZBrush!
Some simple and clear!


EDITED: 2 Oct by PILOU

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 From:  Metin Seven (METINSEVEN)
8117.7 
I guess for 3D artists who don't own ZBrush, just having Dynamesh added to their 3D toolset is worth ZBrushCore's $ 120 alone. Except for maybe Modo's MeshFusion I know no alternative that equals it. Blender's Remesh modifier is only half as good as Dynamesh.

EDITED: 2 Oct by METINSEVEN

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 From:  3image
8117.8 
ZBrushCore bundled with the new Intuos 3D the tablet itself is only ~$60. Quite a good deal in my opinion. Guess I'll discard my old Intuos Touch which is scratched to death. :D
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 From:  mkdm
8117.9 In reply to 8117.7 
Hi, Metin Seven

> Except for maybe Modo's MeshFusion I know no alternative that equals it.

In the past year (2015), while I was deciding which scultping software I would buy,
I compared "ZBrush' Dynamesh" to "3DCoat's voxel + Live Clay brush", and their respective workflows.

Well, I think that if you are looking for speed, undoubtedly ZBrush's Dynamesh performances are much better,
but if you are looking for versatility and ease, then 3DCoat's voxels are the choice.

But, of course, they are both great features.

P.S. I had a look to the new "Surface Noise" feature of the Zbrush Core and I must say that's very interesting!

Nice day,

- Marco (mkdm)
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 From:  glmr
8117.10 
do they have a trial or demo version? can't find it on website
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 From:  mkdm
8117.11 In reply to 8117.10 
I think no.
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
8117.12 In reply to 8117.10 
<< no demo of ZBrush Core

But you can use the Demo of ZBrush for 45 days! ;)
http://pixologic.com/zbrush/downloadcenter/
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 From:  glmr
8117.13 
that is strange that they don't allow to try before purchasing. to try zbrush is not a same to try zbrush core
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 From:  Metin Seven (METINSEVEN)
8117.14 In reply to 8117.9 
Hi Marco,

Thanks for your advice.

I've had a go at the demo version of 3D Coat about a year ago. It's definitely an interesting and versatile tool, and I'm keeping an eye on its development.

The only issue I have with 3D Coat's Live Clay is that it uses dynamic triangulation, like Blender's Dyntopo. Quads are more suitable for sculpting than triangles. That's where Dynamesh shines: it has relatively few triangles and mainly quads.

A nice day to you too,

Metin
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 From:  dsicart
8117.15 
Hello all,
I have to say that it also exists something called Sculptris (owned by pixologic too)
It is free to use and download and has an interesting story...

pixologic.com/sculptris/

https://www.quora.com/How-is-Sculprits-different-from-ZBrush

Btw, Blender has also something called DynTopo, which generates geometry on-the-fly too.

Good evening to everyone!

D.

EDITED: 2 Oct by DSICART

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 From:  Metin Seven (METINSEVEN)
8117.16 
I wonder if Pixologic will continue Sculptris development when ZBrushCore is released.

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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
8117.17 In reply to 8117.16 
Sculptris was not developped by Pixologic first!
And I doubt that they modify it!
It's yet a mature product!

About demo they want first have a product without default!

if you want an another very innovative prog try also Neobarok
https://neobarok.com/
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Pilou
Is beautiful that please without concept!
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 From:  Metin Seven (METINSEVEN)
8117.18 
Bonjour Frenchy,

Neobarok looks interesting, merci for the tip.

As with many bought applications, the new owner might discontinue support for it. This might also become the case with Sculptris, but I hope for its users that it will not happen. Otherwise they can switch for ZBrushCore for a very reasonable price.

Regards from les Pays-Bas,

— Metin

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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
8117.19 In reply to 8117.18 
Hi Metin

I was Net friend with the regretted Bas Mazur a Dutch extravagant ZBrush Artist!

http://www.zbrushcentral.com/zbc-user-gallery.php?uid=5714 (27 pages)
Enjoy with its singular art!
Here very classical but its art was very more disturbing!
And yes ZBrush can make art painting/drawing!

By Bas Mazur This @#! Thistle 02/25/2005

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 From:  Metin Seven (METINSEVEN)
8117.20 In reply to 8117.19 
Hi Frenchy,

Wow, that's an interesting approach to ZSphere modeling. I guess he used classic skinning, nice!

The name Bas Mazur definitely rings a bell, I'll Google him to see more of his work, thanks.

— Metin

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