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    A big Thanks again to the Pixologic team for being an outstanding leader in every aspect of the word. I feel truly priviliged to be part of your vision and greatful for the numerous additions your provide free of charge to your customers!

    Every day, you keep confirming that I made the right choice by making ZBrush my only 3D software application I could buy to explore and satisfy my digital art creation interests.

    Whising you lasting success!

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    thanks for this update to the old zsketchpad!
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    how can i get that video downloaded?

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    only just tried it - I love the pencils, a great tool for sketching..

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    caffeine this is nothing new, the early zbrush was mostly 2d, and i have to say its nice to see some 2d instead of the same old stuff lately. and considering that z did this since the beginning you already are looking at a zbrush specific site.

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    On the Pixologic video 1st page it shows Mauro Patrizi drawing a perspective grid and using striagt lines any info on this was done would be appericated.

    Also some helpers for making grids

    Create some of your own grid papers and save as a download pdf (has polar grids)
    http://incompetech.com/graphpaper/
    and here
    http://incompetech.com/graphpaper/perspective/


    Photoshop 32 free grid brushes - abr file works in my Photoshop elements 5
    http://velavan.deviantart.com/art/PE...BRUSH-81079329


    SpaceMan's Space Book Journal On ZBrush
    http://www.zbrushcentral.com/showthr...rnal-On-ZBrush

    Wormholes were first introduced to the public over a century ago in a book written by an Oxford mathematician. Perhaps realizing that adults might frown on the idea of multiply connected spaces, he wrote the book under a pseudonym and wrote it for children. His name was Charles Dodgson, his pseudonym was Lewis Carroll, and the book was Through The Looking Glass. ***8212; Michio Kaku

    It's kind of fun to do the impossible...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpaceMan
    On the Pixologic video 1st page it shows Mauro Patrizi drawing a perspective grid and using striagt lines any info on this was done would be appericated.
    It seems he draw a single straight line - pressing the lines button - and after that activates rotate mode (R), and make various snapshots (shift+s) of this line, around its rotation pivot.

    If you want to make a perspective grid inside Paintstop, you can try the following:

    1. Click on menus button, so the default Zbrush menus will show again.
    2. On the tools pallete, chose plane3d. Adjust the number of divisions on the Initialize section.
    3. Draw your grid on the canvas. And enter rotate mode. Shift+F will make wireframe visible.
    4. Now you can adjust perspective using the draw pallete, and the position using move, sclae, rotate.

    Hope this helps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpaceMan
    On the Pixologic video 1st page it shows Mauro Patrizi drawing a perspective grid and using striagt lines any info on this was done would be appericated.
    STEP 1.
    You can make a line using the line tool in PaintStop

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    STEP 2.
    After you draw a stroke to the canvas you can press the
    W, E, R key to move, scale, or rotate your stroke.

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    STEP 3.
    Then you can press shift+S to duplicate a stroke

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    STEP 4.

    Then when you are finished you can press "Q" to move back to draw
    mode and draw more strokes to your canvas.

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    Hope that helps!
    I answered a question like this earlier in the thread.
    Here is a video I made showing the process.
    Last edited by Martin@PIXOLOGIC; 08-08-09 at 05:37 AM.

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    That's really amazing, Can't wait to test it..!!!! thanks alot pixologic..!!!

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    Thanks Martin
    SpaceMan's Space Book Journal On ZBrush
    http://www.zbrushcentral.com/showthr...rnal-On-ZBrush

    Wormholes were first introduced to the public over a century ago in a book written by an Oxford mathematician. Perhaps realizing that adults might frown on the idea of multiply connected spaces, he wrote the book under a pseudonym and wrote it for children. His name was Charles Dodgson, his pseudonym was Lewis Carroll, and the book was Through The Looking Glass. ***8212; Michio Kaku

    It's kind of fun to do the impossible...
    - Walt Disney

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    MAs Illustration
    I do not have have to like you to love you.

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    Awesome Plug-in Pixologic!!!

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    This is a great plug in,thank you very much!
    Only a little request(i don't know if it's allready possible),can the size sens have negative values?
    A thing I do in Corel Painter is controlling the size of the stroke with the pressure,but inverted,so stroking strong gives me little and black line and stroking weak gives me soft and big size strokes,useful for doing nuances(or maybe using the tilt for that).
    Btw,it's great,really good feeling using it.
    Last edited by renderdemon; 08-10-09 at 12:43 AM.

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    Default Naughty little Satyr sitting in a tree, S.M.O.K.I.N.G.

    Just a quick doodle in my lunchbreak i thought, give paintstop another go...
    ...2 1/2 hours later....(grrrrr, why I oughda)
    Still, it came out ok. Feels quite french graphic novel, which pleases me because I'm a a bit of an afficionado.

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    Raw sunlight....absolutely gorgeous fawn. when you gonna sculpt it?..if your not...can I?

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