Join Eric Keller for an in-depth discussion in this video Choosing stroke types, part of ZBrush 3 for Windows Essential Training.
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When you are sculpting in ZBrush you are not limited to just the sculpting…brushes that are available in the tool palette. You can actually make variations…on each one of these brushes that allows you to have almost an infinite number…of possibilities for working on digital model.…One of the ways that you can create variations is to change the Stroke Type.…When I have the Standard brush applied, by default it uses the Dots Stroke…Type. So I'm going to zoom in on the model. This is the greenMan version one…model, which is available to premium users, in the Project files. As I drag…across the model, you will see that basically the stroke itself is made up of…connected dots, which ends up creating this long raised area that follows the…direction of the stroke.…
If I switch this to Spray; an I'm going to lower the Draw Size, I can add…relief to the model. It's like I'm tilting the surface of the model with lots…of little copies of the stroke. This is a great way to have like a lumpiness,…if this guys was actually carved into stone or something like that. If I hold…
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