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Retro/Modern Mix Spacegirl (Sculptris Start) by TonyV125 Retro/Modern Mix Spacegirl (Sculptris Start) by TonyV125
Initial Sculptris Sculpt for [link]

I've played with Sculptris for a couple of years now, but after jumping into ZBrush and learning far greater techniques (with far more advanced tools), I realized I could apply some of those techniques to my work in Sculptris, and I found it to be a very effecient and effective way to start a ZBrush project.

There are many separate objects in this figure. They each started out as a sphere. It's very easy to shift-click to select a group of them (e.g. all objects making up the arm) and then rotate them for a pose.

Once in ZBrush, many of the individual objects are grouped into one sub-tool and then Dynameshed to convert almost all tris to quads.
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TonyV125 Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2014
You're welcome.  Sculptris is a great program.  Though it doesn't have all the features of ZBrush (and believe me, I love ZBrush), it feels more natural to sculpt with it.  Just be sure to start out with as little detail as possible and build up as needed.  It's important to "reduce" polygons often (either overall or in certain areas using the reduce brush).  And lower amounts of detail are easier to smooth out than higher amounts.  Have fun.
wasbip Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2014
thanks very much for this info Tony125.
wasbip Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2014
Hello TonyV125.
I'm french and i appreciate your work in sculptris (that i use).
I have some questions.
when I press the key "h"of my keyboard + click on differents elements they become transparent and i can't modify them,it's cool because i isolate one element and i work with only element.
But after i can't recuperate the other element.Do you know how to desactivate this fonction ?
Thanks !
TonyV125 Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2014
Hi Wasbip.  Using the "H" key to hide/make transparent certain objects is extremely handy.  I use it a lot.  When you're ready to reveal/activate them again, just press "Ctrl+H" on the keyboard and all hidden objects return to their original state.
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