Using Lazy Mouse


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Using Lazy Mouse

If you are working on a digital sculpture like this one that requires a lot of straight lines and smooth curves, like some of these spirals here, you can actually get more control in your brush stroke when you activate Lazymouse. So what is Lazymouse? Well, it really should be called lazy brush, because as I said before, you don't really want to use a mouse when working in ZBrush, but they have decided to call it Lazymouse, so that's what we will stick with. Right now I just have a Standard brush activated. I'm using the greenMan model; this is available for premium users. I have it in Edit mode, and I have my strokes types set to Dots.

I'm dragging the surface of the model and you get to see sort of the basic standard stroke that we get. As I move my hand around you can see that the brush is pretty good at picking up all the idiosyncrasies of the movement that I put into my stroke. When I turn on Lazymouse, which is found in the Stroke menu, towards the bottom, activate ...

Using Lazy Mouse
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Using Lazy Mouse 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
Software:
ZBrush
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