The Fast N’ Furry Brush is one of the fastest ways to create stylized fur in ZBrush for your creatures, humanoid characters and props. Create leafy lion manes, cover bodies, or make amazing Viking cloaks – this brush may help your fantastic furry beasts come to life, looking cute or fierce depending on your stylized character’s mood.
In this pack you will get an All-in-One IMM Brush, with up to 15 color-coded fur styles, each style contains 20 mesh shapes, making a total of 300 meshes to choose from. Also, you will get the same SET options splitted in multiple IMM Brushes – the main feature is that it cycles between meshes randomly on each stroke.
This digital brushes makes it easy to create fur and becomes a great tool for sculptors and 3D concept artists who want to quickly sketch an art piece, or even to conclude their final artwork, as the basemeshes have a well-made topology, using quads on the overall shape but ending with tris for a sharper tip.
Additionally, these meshes have pre-creased edges ready to be subdivided and unwrapped UVs to avoid the tedious process of making them once you have all the fur meshes already in place. Have in mind that if you want to keep the brush UVs, you have to use the brush on a mesh that already has UVs.
Fast N’ Furry is an awesome digital utility for studios and artists who want to add a stylised fur layer to their 3D projects.
All-in-One IMM Brush with up to 15 color-coded SET options that contains 20 mesh shapes on each SET, making a total of 300 basemeshes to choose from.
The same meshes, but this time splitting each SET in multiple IMM Brushes. The main feature is that it cycles between meshes randomly on each stroke.
In S3ART Store, when developing our brushes for ZBrush, we always try to resume all meshes in one unique brush but, sometimes it’s not the best option. So, that’s why we deliver this product in different versions, the All-in-One brush and the splitted version – which each one has its own advantages. Choose whatever works best for you!
Compatible with ZBrush 2020 and above.
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