Antique Japanese Dragon Vase in Zbrush | Balazs Domjan

Antique Japanese Dragon Vase in Zbrush | Balazs Domjan

ZBrush is one of the most powerful tools when it comes to creating 3D art. Whether it’s organic models or hard surface, ZBrush is an incredibly diverse tool and when used to it’s full potential can produce stunning results. In this tutorial Balazs Domjan will guide you through his creation process of sculpting an Antique Japanese Dragon Vase in ZBrush. Balazs is a master at creating highly detailed sculpts and this is no exception. Learn how he crafted the many intricate details that surround the surface of the pot as well as the dragons that twist around it.

Whether you’re a seasoned artist, student, hobbyist or someone just starting out, grab this tutorial and learn an essential workflow that will allow you to work faster and more efficiently. Fuel your Creative Mind today.


Balazs Domjan is a self-taught 3D artist from Hungary currently working as a freelancer having previously worked at Guerrilla Games working on Horizon Forbidden West. Balazs has also produced work for PurePolygons on their Downtown West Modular Pack and took Artstation by storm with his hugely popular scene, The Croft Antiques Shop, which earned him a Runner Up place in The Rookies Awards.


  • 3 Hours
  • 1080p Resolution


  • Zbrush


  • Intermediate


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  • It's nice to watch and learn

    Highly recommend if you want to learn more about zbrush

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  • An exceptional artist with amazing technique

    A very worthwhile and inspiring tutorial, showcasing the amazing abilities of the artist and Zbrush. But I was disappointed that this was not advertised as “Zbrush AND Maya.” You can certainly create a vase with good UVs in Zbrush and use Surface Noise so that the entire project is in Zbrush. But whatever is done in Zbrush is exceptional!

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