Join Eric Keller for an in-depth discussion in this video Can't move objects smoothly with the Gyro, part of ZBrush 3 for Windows Essential Training.
Working with the Transform Gyro takes a little bit of practice and one of the…harder things to become accustomed to is the way that it works when you are in Move mode.…So I have a illustration that I'm working on here. I'm going to add another…robot. So I have loaded the robot_ subtools tool. I'm ready to draw it on the…canvas. So here it is. Switch to Rotate and just drag it down until it's…rotated in a good position.…
Now I want to move it, so maybe bring it forward a bit. So I can drag right…here to move it forward, and decide, maybe move it down. I click right there,…and this is what happens, and the more I drag the worse it gets.…So what's going on here? Well, this is a feature of the Transform Gyro that…takes a little bit getting used to. So let me switch back to Rotate here.…The idea here is that when I have Move activated, if I drag on the crossbars of…the Transform Gyro, I'm in good shape. If I want to move it back and forth, I…could drag up and down on the canvas and it moves back and forth. But if I drag…
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