Anyone up for doing a quick demo video on Zbrush 3.5 Geometry HD and then show how to extract a normal map from that HD sculpt.
The file sizes aren't identical. The R2 zip is about 80 kB smaller.Originally Posted by RAMWolff
I think I said "looks identical" didn't I?
---Wolff On The Prowl---
Fair enough .Originally Posted by RAMWolff
Incidentally, let me add my voice to those thanking the folks at Pixologic for the new version of ZBrush, as well as for the second release.
(jealous and somewhat) Patient Mac user waiting to get his hands on 3.5 and ZSpheres II...
Has anyone looked into writing a script/plugin that would allow you to export the ZSphere armature as a bone setup, and also export the correlating overlying mesh with weighted influence based on those bones? This would be an enormous times saver and help link the sculpting and rigging process in a way that should be pretty intuitive.
So when do we get our plugins working again? 3.5 is cool and all but I've become reliant on the plugins for workflow such as Decimation Master and thus can't do much in 3.5 outside of personal work. I would have figured with the extra month it took to release 3.5 just "right" with a patch shortly after that the plugins would work right away.
Downloaded and activated (again). Thanx Pixo!
It's even more perplexing than that. Knowing that 3.5 was coming along very soon, why release new plugins that would be unusable in a month or two? You'd have thought that some planning would have gone into it.Originally Posted by pixolpopper
Even more than that, you might have figured that they would have been bundled. Plugins like Decimation Master, Subtool Master, Transpose Master, & Image Plane have become "must have" features that one would figure would make their way into the core app - or at least the core download package..
Yup.... I just realized that even older MASSIVELY USED plugins like ZMapper are nowhere to be found. Shouldn't this just be a part of ZB now? Can't Pixologic build ZB to be modular enough so that old plugins will work with newer versions of the software (a-la maya)? Does it seem that ZB gets totally re-written every time a new version comes out? Anyways, just rambling...Originally Posted by cookepuss
As I wrote elsewhere.
Consider the new version as working perfectly( try ).
If you could not get the plugins reinstalled, would the
new version be worth it, as is?
Thank God, you get to keep the old version intact.
Thanks Pixologic team ... just got the ZB 3.5 sr2 ... excellent. I'm running on Vista now.
Hi Paul,Originally Posted by gabo1991
I will try this out and let you know how it turns out. If this works, it ought to be in someone's tutorial!
All the best,
Drakelot is the ZB 3.5 sr2 a new version of ZB 3.5 r2 or a typo?Originally Posted by Drakelot
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hi guyz for some reason i havnt yet recieved 3.5?
dont know why this is i paid a three hundred pounds for zbrush 3.1 and can see everyone else has 3.5 already!
is there any1 out there that dont have it too?