WTF? How do to this in Zbrush?
The surface is so clean?
His work is very smooth, how does he do that?
Zbrush has a few tools that let you sculpt hard surface shit easily, specially when you don't have to be 100% accurate with your measurements. Makes converting a breeze.
>sculpt a shape then cut out the contours
But how do I actually do this? Pretty pointless tutorial if its only for people who already know how to do this stuff.
In any case, if you want to git gud and trip over steps in some tutorials, then I suggest learning more about the various tools of the software, it can only make you stronger and help you down the line.
Now just wait for someone to come spoonfeed you.
Clay Buildup and DamStandard are custom brushes, they became so popular in the ZBrush scene that Pixologic included them in future versions, many of the other brushes are the same way. Those brushes I listed are what most "good" artists you see use for the majority of their work in ZBrush.