Female Anatomy Figure

ZBrush Tutorial Female Anatomy Figure Ecorche (Forms)

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Female Anatomy Figure Ecorche Zbrush sculpting tutorial

Sculpting a Female Anatomy Figure Ecorche for artists in 6 simple steps. In this tutorial series we focus on sculpting forms in ZBrush Core 2021. So to follow along you will need to have ZBrush Core or Zbrush, or you can obviously use your desired sculpting medium. And if you want to learn quickly you can purchase the complete Female Anatomy Figure Ecorche which comes with different parts, subdivisions & various file formats. Please don’t skip any step and don’t worry, each and every step has a full video tutorial. Enjoy!

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Step 1 – Block outs

When you have ZBrush Core opened you have different types of tools & projects to start from in the light box drop-down menu, it is all entirely up to you or you can use our Female Anatomy Figure Ecorche which also comes with a ecorche anatomy basemesh. Once you have something to start from, our main objection for this step is to block out all the female structure and shape, at this stage we not too concerned about the details but just getting those major forms.

Because our anatomy figure will be in a anatomical position, 7 & a half heads where used for measurement, you can visit the male ecorche sculpting tutorial for measurement breakdown. The brushes used on this regard were: Move/topological, clay build up, demi-standard & standard brush.

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Block out basemesh – building up the Female Anatomy Figure Ecorche structure
Step 1 Block outs Video tutorial

Step 2 – Sketching

Now here we focus on sketching out muscles on the mesh, again we not too really concerned about the details but we will use these lines to help us build our forms so it very important that your sketching is anatomically correct. What we normally liken this stage as it’s like when you draw faint lines on a paper which serves as guide lines but not the final work. You need to know the anatomy, your skeleton and were your muscles originate and insert.

And don’t worry we will still fix our silhouette and proportions. You can use our Female Anatomy Figure Ecorche as your reference to follow along.

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Image showing sketched lines and basic form
Step 2 Sketching Video tutorial

Step 3 – Primary forms

Step 3 we focus on the primary forms. The primary forms represents the bigger shapes of your figure or character, so this step is very important please spend more time on it. Now we will be using our guide lines we sketched in step 2 to build up our bigger forms around those lines, on this step we take into consideration the proportions & silhouette.

It is very important to check proportions again after making huge changes on your mesh. Because our anatomy figure is in anatomical position, 7 & a half heads where used for measurement. You can use our Female Anatomy Figure Ecorche as your reference to follow along.

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Image showing Primary forms building around the lines
Steo 3 primary forms leg video tutorial
Steo 3 primary forms torso video tutorial
Steo 3 primary forms arms video tutorial
Steo 3 primary forms face video tutorial

Well done! you made it. Thank you very much for your time and if you have any questions feel free to ask. See you on the second part of the tutorial.

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