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Pixologic's ZBrush 3 stands at the forefront of digital 3D sculpting and 2.5D painting, a new medium that is taking the art and entertainment worlds by storm. Visual effects artist Eric Keller shares his expertise and talents in ZBrush 3 for Windows Essential Training. He presents the concepts behind digital sculpting, shows how to produce fantastic images using the unique ZBrush toolset and interface, and demonstrates the power of the Digital Clay and Sculpting brushes. To offer a richer understanding of the application, Eric gives a guided tour of the interface and addresses the most common problems experienced by new users. Exercise files accompany the course.
If you are working on a 3D digital model in ZBrush and you hide part of it; I'm going to hide part of this model by holding Ctrl+Shift, dragging out a selection, then release the Shift button and let go. Now part of my model is hidden. You may notice as you are rotating it though that things look kind of strange. It looks like part of this model has been decimated. This is very easy to fix. All you need to do is go to the Tool menu, and go down to Display Properties, and click on Double. Now the object is double sided and I can see the back side of the polygons that make up the model.
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