In this video, we’ll explore how to create a stone using Bisect – the new tool in Blender 2.69. It reminds me of Zbrush clip brushes – one stroke to cut the sphere in half and so on. The drawback of this method is geometry, filled with n-gons. Though, it is usable.
Zbrush Way of Sculpting Stones in Blender
If you don’t want to bother with Bisect, you may activate Dynamic Topology and use the Scrape brush to sculpt the hell out of the stone. It’s a Zbrush-style approach, if you wish.
In the part 2, we quickly retopologize the stone.