Fantastic! Great potential!
I know next to nothing about Zbrush, so I've got some questions for you:
Is it possible to put the model in different positions once it's created?
Can you apply said model to a picture or video program (ex. Photoshop or BoomToon)to create awesome pictures/video?
Thanks James, as for the questions:
1. Yup, you can repose the model, but that means you have to either manually move each limb (time consuming) or to rig the model (even more time consuming). I sculpted this guy into the default T pose and posed him like this afterwards. However, the way this character is sculpted makes it quite difficult to pose as I did not take some key things into consideration when doing this, but I will take those things into account on my future sculpts so I can rig them.
2. Yeah, you can export the model as a regular image or video file which you can then send to another program to do whatever you want to do with it.
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