In this course, we will go through the process of creating a cyber crocodile creature from a sphere to a finish render in Zbrush. We will start by doing the 3D sketch of our model which will allow us to change the design quickly and easily on the fly. This will be achieved by using one of the new features in Zbrush, which is Sculptris Pro. The Sculptris Pro mode will help us in the concepting stage and in the final polishing of our crocodile skin. You will learn different techniques for hardsurface modeling and mechanical parts creation. This will include Zmodeler brush, Trim Dynamic brush, and making your own Insert Multi-Mesh brush. The big part of the tutorial will be the detailed creation of crocodile scales. We will make them either by hand or using alpha brushes. In order to do that, you will learn how to make your own alpha brushes from scratch. At the end, we will make the pose for our high poly sculpt and lastly, we will export render passes which we will combine in Photoshop to achieve a nice professional looking render, then we will make a high resolution character that we sculpted in Zbrush ready for production. First, we will start by exporting the high poly parts using the decimation master tool in Zbrush. Then we will import them in 3ds Max and start making the low poly by retopologizing the decimated meshes. We will learn how to retopologize, make the most out of our forms and follow the silhouette with fewer polygons. Then we will make the UV coordinates for our low poly in 3ds Max with little help from Zbrush. After that, we will bake the textures from high to the low poly using Substance Painter. Then we will continue in Substance Painter to make the texture. You will learn how to create realistic painted metal, scales, dirt and more. We will make our textures super detailed using various layering techniques and strategic hand painting. We will even go through the process of creating emissive materials to further enhance our model. We will present our model using Substance Painter's Iray Render and then later on put it inside Marmoset to create a turntable video that will allow us to display our model in the best possible light. At the end, our amazing model will be ready for animation and game engine. Requirements Basic knowledge of Zbrush, Photoshop, 3ds Max, Substance Painter and Marmoset Toolbag Code: You need to login or register to view this content. Download Links:- Code: You need to login or register to view this content. Mirror :- Code: You need to login or register to view this content.