Making side vents with masking


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Making side vents with masking

All right, so let's look at the back. So we've made some vents using fancy tools like Slice Curve, however, there are ways to add interesting details that use more basic techniques. In this video, I'll show you a way to make side vents with just some masking and rotation tools. Let's see how it works. So one thing I want to do is get a perfect side view here so I'm going to start rotating and hold down Shift, so it snaps to the side view. And let's also turn on transparency for all the other objects. I just want to zoom in here, and I want to make a vent here at the bottom of the upper torso piece, so let's go into our masking tools and hit B and M, and let's pick Mask Curve.

So this is just telling us that we use it with the Ctrl key. Okay. So I want to hold down Ctrl, and let's just draw out a curve and the shape of this vent that we want. So remember you can hold down Spacebar to move this curve. And then release Spacebar and continue angling it. And then let's do...

Making side vents with masking
Video duration: 2m 44s 4h 10m Intermediate

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Making side vents with masking provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Ryan Kittleson as part of the Modeling a Female Android in ZBrush

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3D + Animation
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ZBrush
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