Switching to Smooth mode


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Switching to Smooth mode

One of the most common brushes that you'll use is the Smooth brush. Because of that, ZBrush has been optimized to make Smooth one of the easiest brushes to access. Let's open up the exercise file for this movie. Go up to File > Open, in Ch03, the smooth.ZPR file. I just want to hide the Light Box so it's out of the way. So it never fails; you've sculpted some beautiful forms on your model. But it's just too rough looking. Not too worry, the Smooth brush is there for you. The Smooth brush behaves a little differently from other brushes because you can't just pick it from the list and start stroking with it.

Click on the Brush button or hit B on the keyboard to bring up the Brush palette and I'll show you what I mean. Now find the Smooth brush and click on it. I'm going to hit S to narrow the selection. It's right here Smooth B. Now when I click on it I get this message, "The brush will be selected as the sculpting smooth-brush. Press the Shift key ...

Switching to Smooth mode
Video duration: 2m 35s 2h 58m Beginner Updated May 07, 2015

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Switching to Smooth mode 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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