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Changing Languages featuring Joseph Drust. ZBrush Introduction featuring Kurt Papstein. ZModeler Introduction featuring Joseph Drust. Toggle navigation. ZClassroom Login. X Leave Feedback. Thank you Your comments have been sent to our team. Reference - Introduction.
Reference - Image Plane. Reference - See Through. Reference - Grid. Reference - Spotlight. Base Mesh - Introduction. Base Mesh - DynaMesh. Base Mesh - ZSpheres. Base Mesh - Scan Data. Procedural Processes - Introduction. Procedural Processes - Extract. Procedural Processes - Morph Target.
Procedural Processes - Panel Loops. Sculpting - Introduction. Sculpting - Brushes. Sculpting - Transpose. Hard Surface Details - Introduction. Hard Surface Details - Projection Master. Alpha Creation - Introduction. Alpha Creation - GrabDoc. Alpha Creation - Modifying Alphas. Darker values will create valleys and lighter values will create peaks. Glossiness: White represents maximum Glossiness. Black represents absolutely no Glossiness, with shades of gray representing intermediate values.
Erase Mask: This layer is used to create alphas that ignore certain values, in other layers, while painting. Refresh Alpha Preview: Refreshes the Alpha icon. Folder: A selection list of all folders you have enabled 3DCoat to access. Droplet Pressure: Increasing pressure decreases radius and increases depth and opacity.
Constant Pressure: Draw with constant depth and radius, regardless of Stylus pressure. Dot Stroke: Apply the current Brush with discreet dots. Dot spacing depends on the speed of your stroke. Vertex Lines: Creates perfectly straight lines. Click to place a vertex, repeat to place more than one.
Click starting vertex to make a closed shape. Press ESC to start a new line. Vertex Curves: Creates interpolated curves. Curve Stroke: In this mode you may draw very accurate and controllable strokes defined by splines. Click to add points to spline. Each point has own radius. Press ESC to end spline chunk.
Click again to start new chunk. Press RMB over points to change point sharpness or smoothing. Click LMB to assign new radius to the point. If you click on the first or last point of the chunk you may expand the chunk. You may split curves and drag points via LMB.
Use DEL key to delete points. Pay attention to the small square over the spline, you will find different options there and define pressure flow. Pay attention that brush radius is shown only for points attached to the surface. Center is origin of your click.
Release to place. Dependent on brush size. Square Lasso: Paint with a square. Rectangle Lasso: Paint with a rectangle. This mode works with almost every tool. You can paint, freeze, fill, or make planes with the rectangle.
Vertex Lasso: Paint by surrounding an irregular area. Click to add vertices to the curve. Double click, or press on the starting vertex to finalize contour. You can paint, freeze, fill, or make planes with contour. Stroke Lasso: Paint with drawn contour. Draw by holding the LMB, release to apply.
You can paint, freeze, fill, make plane with contour. Ellipse Lasso: Paint with an ellipse. Closed Spline: Draw with closed spline. Press ESC to stop adding points. Press DEL key to delete point. Click to insert point in the middle. Use control panel half diamond on the top right to edit spline.
Usual splines act through projection, this mode works not in projection but in 3D space, it allows to make selection right on the surface. It is mostly applicable in Sculpt Room related tools. Press DEL to delete point. Use control panel on the top right to edit spline. These are Brush rotation: This sets the initial orientation of the alpha at the beginning of the stroke.
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