Create Realistic Male Model with Zbrush by Abdelrahman Kubisi

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Create Realistic Male Model with Zbrush by Abdelrahman Kubisi
About Artist – Abdelrahman Kubisi  from Egyptian freelance artist living in Kuwait, Graduated with a BFA of Art Education from Helwan University, Egypt in 2010.
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Realistic Male Model with Zbrush by Abdelrahman Kubisi

Create Realistic Male Model with Zbrush

create this realistic Male Sculpt and also share a short tutorial  to show some techniques and tricks which he used to do the skin texture and wrinkles, the eyebrows and eyelashes hair, the Fibermesh stuff (goatee and peachfuzz) and clothes (stitches, zipper, buttons and textile)He share the some photos from inside zbrush (capture) for the head from different angles …before doing clothes and posing…and after finishingHere us  little breakdown of some of the stuff he did for this realistic Sculpt of a Male Human. Feel free to aks any Question.

Realistic Male Model with Zbrush by Abdelrahman Kubisi Realistic Male Model with Zbrush by Abdelrahman Kubisi

Jacket Detail 

Create Realistic Male Model with Zbrush by Abdelrahman Kubisi

Brushes and Tools 

Realistic Male Model with Zbrush by Abdelrahman Kubisi Realistic Male Model with Zbrush by Abdelrahman Kubisi 08play around with the Size and intensity of the Dam_Standard brush to get this kind of Wrinkles.

Brushes and Tools Realistic Male Model with Zbrush by Abdelrahman Kubisi use small size Formsoft with more intensity to do the viens. and Dam_standard first to draw the wrinkles, Then I use Formsoft to give the inbetween wrinkles skin a volume so it doesn’t look like drawn on surface.

Realistic Male Model with Zbrush by Abdelrahman Kubisi Create Realistic Male Model with Zbrush For Jacket and stiches I start with doing the stitches carves first by using Dam_standard with “LazyStep” on and for Zipper i used IMM Brush.

After that i use the standard brush with a stitch alpha, while still on LazyStep mode to make stiches go over the carves I did before. For the Textile texture I use Noise 07 from Lightbox>NoiseMaker and then Edit