Storing morph targets


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Storing morph targets

When you are working on a digital model in ZBrush, you may want to make variations on the model. The variations can be used for animation or a number of other purposes. To do this, you can use Morph Targets. Morph Targets are a very versatile tool. To demonstrate how they work, I'm going to load the oldMan_Painted model. I'm going to draw it on to the canvas and then remember, you want to switch to Edit mode. You can also press the T button to do this. I'll press the F key to center the model and then when you want to store a Morph Target, you simply go to the Tool palette and expand Morph Targets and all you need to do is press Store MT, that's storage for Morph Target. When you see these buttons available, then you know you have a Morph Target stored.

You can always store one Morph Target at a time for any particular model, but now that I have the Morph Target stored, I'm going to switch to the Move brush and zoom in and if you want to make your old man angry, all ...

Storing morph targets
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Storing morph targets 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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