Nothing fancy but a good start for detailing
Hey mate,i saw in your earlier posts that you are using the Belkin Nostromo Speedpad n52.
I am looking now to buy it maybe but it isnt so easy to find,and i think it lacks support for Win7,...,so i am also looking on:
Razer Nostromo Gaming Keypad
Do you or someone else knows is this razer compatible with Zbrush,Sculptris,and oother gfx software since its gaming in origin?
I am searching for answers but not so much clear for now.
sigh...i have so far to travel......I love Chun Lee--that sculpture is outstanding.....
ikomnen I have the newer one that's compatible with win7, and it works fine for both sculptris, and zbrush
Thanx much jayd, practice makes perfect comrade
So you are using Razer now if i understod good,i was asking for that model,not Belkin.
Thanks for reply.
Thanks again,i really appreciate your recommendations and tips for it.
And keep up the good work,waiting for some new sculpts here.
How have I been missing your thread? Fantastic work! Thank you for sharing.
Fantastic Video. I had no clue about the copy and paste trick. Huge thanks
Some sculptris fun, reptile/insect creature
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Alien bust colored in photoshop
Zombie gurl made listening to Disturbed's first album. Sculptris and photoshop
more sculptris fun.
Hey SketchZombie! Thanks for the info on your layout. I'm brand new to the community and I'm excited to start sculpting. I look forward to your workflow video and hope that someday I too can create sculptures as great as your's.
My question is, how do you get those hard-surfaces to work well in Sculptris?
Thanks again for the works and info!
thanx Chris, i use the flatten brush to flatten areas, and occasionally turn on lock plane option for flatten brush, and a combination or crease brush followed by Pinch brush to create tight cuts and creases
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