Join Eric Keller for an in-depth discussion in this video Hiding and showing polygons, part of ZBrush 3 for Windows Essential Training.
When you are working on a model, you may want to isolate parts of the model…just so you can work on a few details of one section. Let's say you are working on…just the eye area of a model, you can actually isolate the eye area of the…model by hiding everything else except the eye.…To do this in ZBrush, there are few simple controls. I have my greenMan_v01…model loaded on the canvas and this is available to premium users. You can also…use the example models that come with ZBrush.…I have it loaded on the canvas and I'm in Edit mode. I'm going to rotate to a…side view here, just start dragging a blank part of the canvas and I'm going to…hold the Shift key and that will snap it into a side view. And I'm going to…zoom in to the model. I'm going to press the Alt button, drag on the canvas,…let go the Alt button and zoom in.…
Don't forget there is another way to do that. That is to use the Scale button…on the side shelf here. I'm going to focus on the eye area. I will just hold…the Alt key while dragging on the canvas to reposition it.…
- Building and posing digital armatures for sculpture
- Importing models from other 3D programs
- Learning how to sculpt a human head based on reference images
- Detailing skin and surfaces using textures and stencils
- Creating illustrations with depth, lighting, and surface materials
Skill Level Beginner
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1. The ZBrush Interface
2. Working with 3D Models and Primitives
3. Digital Sculpting
4. Color, Texture, and Materials
5. Using ZBrush Sculpts in Other 3D Programs
6. Illustrating with ZBrush
7. Movies, Macros, and ZScripts
8. Top 14 Pitfalls for Beginners
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