Saturday, October 17, 2015


I spent the better part of an hour figuring out how to pose Zbrush tools today. It was covered in part of my grueling 3D summer boot camp I put myself through, but naturally the process is cloudy  since I did it a few months back. I was trying to put the new poses on layers and couldn't get them to stick around after recording them. I'll keep working on it. I had him posed in a cool way, but since it didn't stick all you get is this (and it's huge! Sorry, slow internet connections!):

So, my week was fine. I did a couple drawings that didn't make me want to rip out  my own gibs. That's all I want to say.

This robot is a little more finished looking than some of my normal posts. I really like his right arm (OUR LEFT!).

Interesting. Here's a more developed scene. I used this image by Moebius as reference. 

Here's another one I tried to push a bit more. Don't think I'm not trying over here! I used this picture, seemingly of Moebius creation Arzach, as reference. I really think it was drawn by James Harren, though. He's pretty good too.

This guy is based on my teacher, Pete. Not his face (Pete isn't a goblin). I just used Pete's jacket and shirt as reference. Also, erudite. What a great word!

Some other shmuck. I'm outta here! (I'm quite fond of the nose, lips, and chin of the guy on the left).


  1. Wow! This post is a really great one! I love that you sketched out a scene and I really like that guy on... Mars? I want you to develop those further. Color them and finish them! That way you can add them to your portfolio and win the hearts of everyone.

    1. I want to develop them further as well. I may do such a thing. But it's hard to keep going on older projects when the new things I sketch seem to have so much more potential! That's a problem. But I want portfolio pieces.

  2. Well color me impressed Zach! very cool!

    1. Thanks, Thomas! I should probably actually add some color to these. Maybe that would be even more better.