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    Hello Im new or newie to Sculptris ,First a Special Thank You to Pixologic for Sculptris and Zbrush cental for there help in this forum.
    Been making monsters for 35 years as hobbie I have a passion for the art , my interest in Sculptris is to help me in research and development in animatronic designs .

    In Sculptris I make Individual teeth and pull the gums around the tooth
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    Looks like a worthy project Willets. Keep going with it. I would love to see the completed model
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    Thanks Tartan ,Still learning Sculptris and loving it .Sometime I wish there was a back button.
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    Sculptris should be an interesting addition to some of that real sculpting work in making that animatronic stuff.

    I watched a number of your how to's on making some of those animatronics when you first posted. Always wanted to do some of that stuff.

    While there may not be a back button, you can still use "Ctr + Z" to undo some of your previous brush strokes.

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    Thanks SporkFuMaster
    For use "Ctr + Z" to undo previous strokes.I will try that out , Can't find Sculptris read me file for more info.
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    I know that there's supposed to be a PDF when you download, but I don't have it either. You may want to delete Sculptris and use that email from Pixo to redownload and reinstall it if you really want to try and get it back. For the most part, there really aren't too many keyboard requirements that I can think of at the moment. There used to be a thread with some of them in it, but it's been a while, it might have also been in the original forums. I'll see if I can find it sometime.

    A lot of them are pretty much the same as those you might use in other software.

    Ctrl A will select all spheres
    Ctrl D will deselect all spheres
    Hold H and click on a sphere to hide it
    Ctrl Alt H will make them all visible if any are hidden
    Ctrl I will invert your selection
    Shift and click on a deselected sphere will select that one as well if you need multiple spheres selected for any reason
    9 will hide half the sculpt if you need to work from within (at least while symmetry is on, not sure if it does anything when it's off)

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    Hey Thanks for the info SporkFuMaster
    "Ctr + Z" helps so much !
    Testing things 3 button mouse and trackball mouse so uncoordinated with my $100 wacom drawing tablet ...Still trying to Learn it.

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    test in Sculptris Wip Gorillia Blender cycles

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    Hey Willet,

    I dont use Blender but that is a wonderful render. I also like the gorilla. Are you going to try for an animatronic with it also?
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    Thanks Tartan, No gorilla animatronic but maybe one day . I want to make a wolf animatronic . Wish I had zbrush it would help in my designs.

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    I really like the gorilla. Great job there imho.

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    I'm new too. With Zbrush people can do amazing things.

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    Sculptris quick sculpt render Blender cycles

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