ZBrush Core



  • Well this is pretty big news in my opinion. ZBrush has come out with a new affordable version of their software for hobbyists:

    https://pixologic.com/zbrushcore/

    It is supposed to have all of the features of the full software, just the licensing is different. Or that is how I read that. This is pretty big news to me, because the only thing that's been holding me back from getting ZBrush was its price. :)

    I hope I'm not breaking any forum rules by posting this, but I thought people would want to know since ZBrush seems to be used quite a bit for making morphs and other content for Poser.


  • Poser Ambassadors

    Hate to destroy the fun for you but the Core version is a slimmed down version of ZBrush. It's mainly aimed at artists and 3d printing but you can upgrade from it to the full version later on if you like.

    Scroll down a little and you'll find the comparison of the two.

    http://zbrushcore.com/features


  • Poser Ambassadors

    And !!!!!!
    The most important thing for Poser users is NOT included. => No GoZ.

    So forgive me to stay with Blender. :-)


  • Poser Ambassadors

    @vilters said in ZBrush Core:

    And !!!!!!
    The most important thing for Poser users is NOT included. => No GoZ.

    So forgive me to stay with Blender. :-)

    Maybe you missed that it is a CORE version. It's only an introduction to Zbrush and for that price it's not bad.
    If you want GoZ then get the full version.



  • You can still make morphs in Zbrush for poser figures (not to mention entire props/figures) using Zbrush Core. Import an OBJ from the runtime, do your changes, export out the obj to load as a morph in poser. For people who can't afford the main app or for folks looking to take a poser figure to build a sculpt with, it seems like a viable choice.


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