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    Post Perspective Tutorial

    I wrote this a while ago, but finally got it online. Enjoy!


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    Thanks very much KenB very instructive and didactic or pedagogicˇˇ Is very appreciated.
    Congratulations.

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    very instructiv, thx a lot Ken

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    Cool

    I shall go read the tut
    No doubt that will be a task

    Another way for simulate perspective is the Cameyo's Zplace script!
    Zplace(Last version bottom page)
    Pilou

    After try I have seen that something don't works fine for simulate a true Perspective !
    The interval don't decrease
    It's normal than no provide for this sort of thing
    But it's just a little parameter to add
    I will ask to Cameyo
    Is beautiful that please without concept! ( Me and maybe also E Kant)
    Pilou's Galerie Pilou's Tips Tuts Page
    Cameyo's ZPlace Art Surfing Albums
    Dedicaces Perpetual Challenges

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    This is a wonderful piece of artwork and information. Thank you very much Ken. It is helping to light the Z-Flames up again.
    I'm goin in to play!

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    Great tutorial.
    Jay

    "Talent and all that for the most part is nothing but hogwash. Any schoolboy with a little aptitude might very well draw better than I perhaps; but what he most often lacks is the tough yearning for realization, the teeth-grinding obstinacy and saying: even though I know I'm not capable of it, I'm still going to do it." -- M.C. Escher, in a letter to his son Arthur, 12 February 1955

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    Thanks so much for the great tutorial!!

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    thanks a lot for this in depth tutorial, ken. it clarifies a lot of things for me.
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    Thank's for sharing Ken
    Bye
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    Many,many thanks.

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    Thanks Ken! Knowing about perspective and being able to accomplish it in ZBrush has always been a challenge. This will help a lot!

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    Thanks Ken. Good tut.



    For this example, I found it easier to Multi-Marker the Columns in the pattern I want. Then take the Multi Marker tool and create a Polymesh from that. Then the Global perspective fits with the rest of the image.



    kaz

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    Kaz very nice post and also the tips about MM and global perspectiveˇˇ
    Thanks very much for the tipˇ

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    thanks for this very good tuto, just what I ,as a newbie needed.

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