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Jewelry Sculpting In ZBrush Fundamentals
Tomas Wittelsbach

Begin to understand Tomas' workflow and design philosophy.

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What You Will Learn

In this Project, Tomas Wittelsbach shares the fundamentals of his jewelry sculpting workflow in ZBrush and his overall design philosophy.
Course Outline
Project 1 : Jewelry Sculpting In ZBrush Fundamentals
11 Lectures | 1 Assignment
Lecture 1
Full Class Session - June 13th
Lecture 2
Course Resources
Lecture 3  19:49
Lecture 4  19:30
Brush Palette Setup
Lecture 5  22:19
Design Versus Practicality
Lecture 6  12:11
Making Your Designs Read Well
Lecture 7  19:18
Making Holes
Lecture 8  20:08
Designing With Radial Symmetry
Lecture 9  06:44
Making Large Adjustments
Lecture 10  22:01
Using Projection and Extraction
Lecture 11  26:04
Breaking the Mold
Assignment #1: Create A Ring
Student Projects

About the instructor

After a distinguished career in Hollywood – where he served as the lead sculptor on such films as Batman Forever, Pirates of the Caribbean, and Big Fish – Tomas Wittelsbach took his technical understanding of using form, motion, and tension to tell a story and began to create on a much smaller scale. In 2005, he launched his own line of jewelry, the House of Wittelsbach. Hinged largely on traditional European iconography and translated with crypt-like skeletons resurrected from a dusty underworld, the House of Wittelsbach reimagined what fine jewelry could look like. Today, Tomas has teamed up with Jim Tuttle of Green Lake Jewelry Works to create a one-of-a-kind collection called Ink Metal. Tomas personally designs each piece in the exquisite line of ornately detailed jewelry – all reflective of his dark, countercultural aesthetic.