The first one ;)
Type: Posts; User: Doug Jones
The first one ;)
You can use BPR filters... http://docs.pixologic.com/?s=BPR+filters
Should be on right side of unmodified UI. http://docs.pixologic.com/getting-started/finding-your-way-around/
Sorry, thought it was ZBrush. What's your vertex count? Sounds like it might be too much. Maybe you can reduce your model some.
Are you using Dynamesh? Do you have ZB4R6 P2?
Open the file from the fibermesh panel, it's settings for fibers ;)
How did you get the scale right? I'd like to do a skull on my Solidooldle ;) I can model the skull bit. Any chance of sharing the file to work off from?
Why aren't you running P2?
Let's say that you draw out several objects and then with edit off you press Pixols to 3D in the texture pallette. Should work. You'll get the hang of it ;)
Good luck with that. Lots of models available now as well as lots of people making them; why are yours better? You've seen the UI and hate it? You could watch videos without buying the program to see...
Checkbox>> Insert Inline
Did you use the ZTree plugin? ;) Interesting piece, thanks for sharing. How many active points?
@Dragon I still have it installed and working, don't use too often but it is another option. Spent 1000's of hours modeling for fun in that SW. ;)
Blender will use the GPU, just sayin.
You have a .txt file yet? Music to model by, that could be very inspiring :D
Awesome Matt. Thanks :tu: Do Nothing......lol. I love it :D
:tu: Wish I could get a better look at the popup boxes I saw flashing by ;) extremely helpful for ultra productive workflow. Newer capabilities look awesome too.
Don't know if this would help you or not.
Polygroups, and subtools and settings. Oh my!! Being comfortable with the software takes some time ;)
ZBrush doesn't have a trial version as far as I know.
There was this >> http://www.zbrushcentral.com/showthread.php?94752-Useful-small-ZScripts-and-Macros-for-ZBrush-4.0&p=907347&viewfull=1#post907347
This could be useful perhaps>>...
1600 x 900 for small monitor here, 1920 x 1080 is the large monitor(where ZBrush is used)..
Cool, what is the width and height of the larger images?