Join Ryan Kittleson for an in-depth discussion in this video Editing sculpt layers, part of Mudbox 2013 Essential Training.
Now that we have an idea what layers are for, let's see how to edit them.…There are several ways to control layers and modify them to achieve different results.…I'll go over some tips and tricks as well.…Let's start with the hair we created the last video.…Let's use some Mudbox features to modify the hair layer.…We can make some really easy adjustments to the length of the hair with the Strength slider.…So over here in the Layers palette, you will notice there is a Strength setting.…You could type in a number, or you can jut grab on this control right here and…simply control the intensity of the layers, kind of like an Opacity layer in…Photoshop, but it's the Opacity of the detail in that layer.…
Where this comes in really handy is let's say you want to experiment with…different varieties of lengths of hair. You could just make it once and then…change the opacity or the strength of that layer instead of re-sculpting…several different layers with different lengths of hair.…Now here is something really cool.…
- Optimizing a Wacom tablet for Mudbox
- Navigating the 3D space
- Editing materials
- Sculpting with stamps, stencils, and layers
- Creating and importing UV maps
- Texturing with Ptex
- Painting bump maps
- Creating ambient occlusion and displacement maps
- Posing characters with jointed skeletons
- Lighting a scene
- Rendering still images and movies from Mudbox
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
3. Working with Multiple Objects
4. Painting Textures
5. Using Texture Channels
6. Posing a Character
7. Presenting Work
Lighting the scene5m 17s
Next steps1m 45s
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