Sizing an object


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Sizing an object

Now that we know how to measure distance in Zbrush, let's look at how to scale an object. Now when you're working on Zbrush, your model could be all different sizes, and for the most part when you're sculpting it doesn't really matter how big or small it is. But when you want to print it, the size is very important. So for this reason, we need to have a precise way to change the size of objects. Let's see how to get this done. Let's go in the right hand pallet to the Geometry menu. And we want to open up, the Size sub menu.

These sliders will tell us at a glance what the height, width, and depth of our model is. And you can even change it here. We can change the size of everything all together at once, or we could actually change any one these all by itself. For the most part I don't want to touch these individual axis sliders. So I'm going to hit Ctrl+Z to undo that. Now the number in the X, Y, Z slider corresponds to whichever number is highest in the individual axis. So ...

Sizing an object
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Sizing an object provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Ryan Kittleson as part of the 3D Printing with ZBrush

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3D + Animation
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ZBrush
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