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Hey! I have some problems with my Zbrush skills :P And i have psoted here many times without answer, can anyone that are good in Zbrush add me at MSN so i can get instant help plz? Kimpettersen[at]hotmail[dott]com
01-06-07, 05:26 AM
No one helped? Gee, what did you ask?
Repost your questions here, I'll see what I can do. As long as the answers are not contained within the Zbrush built in Help, Zbrush Practical Guide or the Zbrush site>Educational movies or even on this forum site.
Sorry, but if you were asking stuff that has been answered many times, things probably aren't going to change. ;)
Oh yeah, welcome. ;)
well, i wanned a STEP BY STEP tut how to reselect an object so i can edit it again, all i get "look in FAQ" etc, but i dotn understand that, i need STEP BY STEP, with pics if u want!
01-06-07, 06:29 AM
This link may help a bit. It was a 3 second search in the tuts section. but pretty well explains it all. I hope this helps.
sorry thats the link ii always got, cant someone just try to write in how to do it step by step please?
01-06-07, 06:55 AM
The file is a ZScript which I threw together. In the ZScript menu at the top right, you will need to turn on "Show Actions" & "&Notes" to show what each step does. Then load the script. A play button will show under the canvas.
What the script doesn't show is after the clear button is pressed, I reselected the tool under the tool menu and clicked on the marker arrow in the center of the canvas. That re applied the tool in the window exactly as it was when the marker button was pressed.
Also, ignore the initial eraser tool step. It was a click I didn't intend to make, but the script recorded it anyway.
I hope this helps more :)
sorry i didnt see what u did there, cant anyone just write it?
01-06-07, 07:20 AM
If you turned on show actions and ¬es. It explains each step in the zcript and what each button pressed does. I'm sorry, I don't know how else to explain it.
1. Create your tool.
2. Sculpt it.
3. Press the add marker button to add the marker.
4. deselect edit mode and hit clear button to clear it off the canvas.
5. In the tools, reselect your tool you were sculpting.
6. Click on the new marker arrow (appears after the marker button is pressed) in the middle of the canvas to restore the tool to as it was when the marker button was pressed.
THanks!!! That helped me!!! but what can i do if i want to paint it then edit it again?
01-06-07, 07:28 AM
You'll want to create the blank texture first under the texture menu, then use projection master to paint the texture. There are some great movies on how to do that here. That's where I learned most of what I know about ZBrush.
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