Modifying paintbrushes with stroke types


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Modifying paintbrushes with stroke types

You can customize the way the tools behave in ZBrush by changing their stroke type, this is true for both the 2.5D brushes but also the 3D tools as well, Startup 3D Meshes and the 2.5D Brushes. I'm going to apply some bolts to my robots here in our little robot army. I'm going to choose the Sphereinder 3D tool and by default, when I choose a 3D tool and drag on the screen, I can draw it out by dragging and then switch to Edit mode and edit the 3D object from there, and this is because the DragRect stroke type is the default stroke type for all 3D meshes. But I can also paint a 3D mesh all over the scene by changing the stroke type. For instance I can switch to Free Hand, let's choose the Intensity Metal which is our robot material right here and let's start painting, you can see -- let's start painting bolts all over the scene.

I hit Ctrl+Z to undo those. If I want get a little bit more precision here, I can use a stroke type such as DragDot so we can quickly add bo...

Modifying paintbrushes with stroke types
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Modifying paintbrushes with stroke types 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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