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Creating a stylized prop using Zbrush & Substance Painter by FastTrack Tutorials


Release date:2022, April 22

Author:Mario Stabile

Skill level:Beginner


Exercise files:Yes

We’ll guide you in creating high-poly models entirely within ZBrush, ensuring you maintain clean topology for future optimizations while achieving detailed and intricate designs.


You’ll learn the process of converting your high-poly models into low-poly versions and creating a clean and optimized UV unwrap inside 3DS Max. This step is essential for efficient modeling and texturing in your projects.


Once all preparations are complete, we will guide you through the process of baking your high-poly model onto your low-poly model and creating the final stylized textures using Substance Painter. This stage is crucial for achieving the desired visual style and quality in your assets.


To conclude, we will demonstrate how to present your asset in the best possible light by setting it up in Marmoset Toolbag. We will also cover dramatic lighting techniques to emphasize the shapes and details of your model, enhancing its overall presentation.

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