Using snapshots


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Using snapshots

If you are creating a 2.5D illustration in Zbrush, and you want to quickly make copies of an object to populate a scene with it, you can use the Snapshot function to quickly do this, and I'm going to show this in the context of creating an actual 2.5D illustration. I have my canvas here. Let's zoom out, so dragging on the Zoom button, just so we can see the whole canvas, and I like to get a nice sky blue color in here. So I'm expanding the document menu, clicking on Back, and selecting blue color, nice and sky blue gradient, and I think that looks pretty good. So I want to create a desert floor.

So to do that I'll expand the tool library, and I'm going to choose the Terrain3D object, I have that selected, so I can draw it out on the canvas. Click T to switch to Edit mode, or press this button right here. Let's rotate so you can good idea what this looks like. I'm going to expand the initialized palette, and expand the horizontal profile, and a curve. Now it...

Using snapshots
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Using snapshots provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Eric Keller as part of the ZBrush 3 for Windows Essential Training

Subject:
3D + Animation
Software:
ZBrush
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