Isolating details with 3D layers


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Isolating details with 3D layers

When you're working on a 3D model in ZBrush, it's nice to have the flexibility to test out various ideas on the model before committing to them. You can use 3D layers to do this, to make changes to your model, see how they look, and decide whether you're going to keep them or not. It's another way that you can have several levels of undo when you're working on a model. 3D Layers are found here in the Tool palette and there is a sub-palette called simply Layers. Now this is not the same thing as this Layer palette right here.

This Layer palette right here are document layers and they have a completely different and unrelated function to 3D layers. So we want to make sure that you don't get those two parts of the interface confused. We don't have to worry about these layers at all right now. We are only concerned about layers here found in the Tool palette. I wish they were called 3D Layers that would make things a little bit easier but you can see that they ...

Isolating details with 3D layers
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Isolating details with 3D layers provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Eric Keller as part of the ZBrush 3 for Windows Essential Training

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3D + Animation
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ZBrush
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