Intro to ZBrush 4: How to Navigate the Canvas


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Navigating the canvas

Navigating around your model in ZBrush may seem a little awkward at first. Once you get the hang of just a few simple controls, it will become second nature. You'll then be able to move easily from one part of your model to the next without even thinking about it. If you have used other 3D programs before, you may be used to how you navigate in the viewport by holding various keys and clicking or scrolling the mouse wheel. ZBrush isn't all that different, but it does a few things in its own special way that takes a little getting used to. I'm going to show you how to quickly rotate, move, and zoom your way around a 3D model.

I'm going to double-click on the DemoRhino down here in the Light Box to have something to work with. Starting with rotation, ZBrush makes this very easy. All you do is click and drag on an open area of the canvas-- so any part of the interface that isn't buttons or the model you're working with-- and it will just rotate the model around. You can...

Navigating the canvas
Video duration: 2m 2s 2h 58m Beginner Updated May 07, 2015

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Navigating the canvas provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Ryan Kittleson as part of the ZBrush 4 Essential Training

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3D + Animation
Software:
ZBrush
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