Join Ryan Kittleson for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with multiple sculpt layers, part of Mudbox 2013 Essential Training.
Now that we've seen all the things you can do with a single sculpt layer, let's…take a look at some of the things Mudbox can do with Multiple Sculpt layers.…You'll find that using Multiple Sculpt layers opens up a wide range of…opportunities to explore different designs.…Before we make any new layers, I just want to show you one thing over here in…the L column of the sculpt layers. You'll notice that there is a 4 right here.…This means that the sculpt layer is associated with the subdivision level 4, and…you can only edit this layer when the model is currently on subdivision level 4.…
If you switch to any other subdivision level--so for example, I am going to hit…Shift+D to go down a couple levels-- you'll see that you get this crossed out…symbol, which means you can't edit the layer in any subdivision level other than…the one it was created on.…So I am going to hit D a couple more times until we go up to level 4, and you…can see now the layer is active again.…So let's make another sculpt layer, and I want to put some fine details in this layer.…
- 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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