Bandoliers Brush Set  By Nick Miller

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Bandoliers Brush Set

BadKing is giving away this FREE Bandoliers Curve Brush Set that was created by Nick Miller in Zbrush 4R4 P2.

This Brush Set is made up of 7 individual Curve Brushes making the process of adding quick detail to a character or scene extremely easy.

In addition, the Brush Set also contains the Insert Multi Mesh Brush function that allows the user to toggle between variations of the Bandoliers Brush by utilizing the M key.

Each Brush is made up of replicating segments allowing the user to make the Bandoliers as long or as short as needed giving complete freedom when creating a design.

The Bandoliers Brush Set was created and generously donated by Nick Miller (A.K.A Nyx702).

For more information regarding Insert Multi Mesh (IMM) & Tri Part Multi Mesh Brushes Click Here.

PLEASE NOTE: Files created in a newer version of ZBrush may not be opened by any earlier version of the Software. Click Here for more information.

2 Responses to Bandoliers Brush Set By Nick Miller
  1. avatar
    21/08/2013 at 3:54 pm

    I think these are neat, I want to practice with creating curves to get the hang of it, I think it be neat to edit these and put some stitching on the sides like it was sewn together? I just got to figure out how to make it seamless XD Thanks a ton for the resources again!

    • avatar
      22/08/2013 at 11:53 am

      Anytime mate :) In regards to using Curve brushes, it does take a bit of practise but it’s definitely worth the effort in the long run. Would be great to see what you come up with :)

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Bandoliers Brush Set

BadKing is giving away this FREE Bandoliers Curve Brush Set that was created by Nick Miller in Zbrush 4R4 P2.

This Brush Set is made up of 7 individual Curve Brushes making the process of adding quick detail to a character or scene extremely easy.

In addition, the Brush Set also contains the Insert Multi Mesh Brush function that allows the user to toggle between variations of the Bandoliers Brush by utilizing the M key.

Each Brush is made up of replicating segments allowing the user to make the Bandoliers as long or as short as needed giving complete freedom when creating a design.

The Bandoliers Brush Set was created and generously donated by Nick Miller (A.K.A Nyx702).

For more information regarding Insert Multi Mesh (IMM) & Tri Part Multi Mesh Brushes Click Here.

PLEASE NOTE: Files created in a newer version of ZBrush may not be opened by any earlier version of the Software. Click Here for more information.

2 Responses to Bandoliers Brush Set By Nick Miller
  1. avatar
    21/08/2013 at 3:54 pm

    I think these are neat, I want to practice with creating curves to get the hang of it, I think it be neat to edit these and put some stitching on the sides like it was sewn together? I just got to figure out how to make it seamless XD Thanks a ton for the resources again!

    • avatar
      22/08/2013 at 11:53 am

      Anytime mate :) In regards to using Curve brushes, it does take a bit of practise but it’s definitely worth the effort in the long run. Would be great to see what you come up with :)

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
CREATED IN
ZBRUSH 4R4 P2
SUBDIVISION LEVELS
N/A
POLY COUNT
N/A
POINT COUNT
N/A
FORMATS
ZBP ( Curve Brush )
TEXTURES
NONE
PACKAGE
. ZIP
CONTENTS
1 x ZBP
FILE SIZE
372 KB