Join Eric Keller for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding ZSub and ZCut, part of ZBrush 3 for Windows Essential Training.
Now we're at the point in my illustration where I have decided that I want to add…some details to my robot army. How would you go about doing that?…Well, what you can do is you can actually use some of the 3D tools here as…embellishments. Now the document that I have open is called robot_army_v01.ZBR.…I have that loaded on to the canvas. What I want do, is I want to use…Sphereinder3D tool to add a few bolts, but I also want to use it as a way to…gouge some holes into the surface of the robots for additional details.…
So the way we do this is to use the tool in either, Z Add, Z Sub, or Z Cut…mode. When I'm in Z Add mode, and I draw on the robot, we see the sphere tool…is actually added to the surface, just click Undo to get rid of that one. So…I'm adding bolts to the surface of the robots here.…Each time I draw a new bolt, the previous bolt has been dropped to the canvas,…it has been converted to pixels. So now it's part of the canvas, but until I…draw another bolt, I still have the opportunity to reposition the last one that…
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