Monday, August 9, 2010

Z Brush 4

These are a few creatures I created while beta testing Zbrush 4. I had a great time creating these guys and I hope you enjoy them. Thanks as always for looking and have fun with Zbrush 4. Make sure and try the Clay Buildup brush!


Bat Boy - Sculpt

Bat Boy - Render

Barrow Wight - Concepts

Barrow Wight - Sculpt

Barrow Wight - Render

Barrow Wight - Print


vfx'n'3d (Riko) said...

Very nice work!!!
I like it a lot!

Zachary said...

Fun stuff -- I'm absolutely in love with batboy's eye design!! (<-- nerdiest comment ever)

Thanks for taking the time to comment on my blog -- I genuinely appreciate it.

Can't wait to see more: looking forward to how Smaug turns out!

All the best,


David Richardson said...

I really like all the designs and the final creatures! I like it alot!

andrewQuintiliani said...

Very nice to see these again. Very gruesome. Great job on your Siggraph presentations btw. It's always inspiring to watch you work.

I ALSO can't wait to see Smaug! Based on your LotR fandom, I expect him to be completely accurate, down to the chink in his treasure-armor.

Andy said...

as always!


Jason Barnes said...

bruuuuutal as always.

may said...

Super cool!

Dela Longfish said...

Dig your work and sculpts man, phenomenal!

Pointpusher said...

Man, I love seeing your variation sketches. OOOOOzing inspiration!

Del said...

Nice stuff Brian :)
Really loving the surface changes on the first one.

Bryan Wynia said...

Thanks guys, I'm glad you like him. Smaug is just around the corner. Stay tuned!

James O'Shea said...

man Bryan, these are so sick! it kinda reminds me of a painting that Gino Acevedo did a while back, kinda. ;P

Jparked said...

Love your creature designs!, really well executed and love the details.



Bryan Wynia said...

Thanks James for the comment! The Bat Boy design is actually inspired by a design my mentor Bill "Splat" Johnson did years ago. I use to stare at his sculpt everyday when I was working with him so I guess it got burned into my brain. Check out his work at...

Jp- Thanks as always for the motivation and kind words.