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    Default Zbrush3.5 polypainting MOV

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    Zbrush3.5 polypaint texture mapping workflow using features
    Using Cavity mask texture is very intuitive operation
    corrective action project submesh in a low-polygon is a very handy feature
    Zbrush 4.0 also want to meet soon.

    Zbrush3.5 polypainting MOV Full screen 720p / 1080p


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    Woon amazing



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    Poly paint looks fantastic. Great demo thanks for sharing!

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    Thanks for posting the process. Looks amazing.

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    Amazing stuff. That was really cool to watch. Thanks

    BTW, I noticed that the material "SkinShade4" was used to paint on. Is that a default material in 3.5 only, or can it be downloaded? (I'm on Mac version 3.2)

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    I can't seem to cavity mask just pore/wrinkle level details.

    Could you show how you are getting that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pluMmet
    I can't seem to cavity mask just pore/wrinkle level details.

    Could you show how you are getting that?
    I think he's using the settings under Brush > Auto Masking > CavityMask

    There's a slider & curve there to set the amount or cavity masking

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    Awsome, thanks man! Saved it to my notebook folder

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    Great stuff! If you had a "name" attached to your post you`d have hundreds of replies. That`s one of the annoying points of this forum.
    I always prefered hand painted, polypainted skin textures to other solutions (zapplink, projections) because they seem to me more natural and they are more art than tech. Even if the industry doesn`t say so.

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    Zbrush3.5 modeling MOV Full screen 720p / 1080p
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    Quote Originally Posted by MotleyPete
    I think he's using the settings under Brush > Auto Masking > CavityMask

    There's a slider & curve there to set the amount or cavity masking
    I tried messing with that and I just don't get it.

    Is there a tutorial somewhere that you know of?

    I looked on YouTube and didn't find anything on this subject...

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    Zbrush wiki: http://www.pixologic.com/docs/index.php/Cavity_Masking
    I tried to figure it out at some point and used this

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    Quote Originally Posted by pluMmet
    I tried messing with that and I just don't get it.

    Is there a tutorial somewhere that you know of?

    I looked on YouTube and didn't find anything on this subject...
    I don't know of any tutorials, but I quickly uploaded a screen capture video if that helps (no sound): Link
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    Thank you for that polypainting mov ... it's really helpful!

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    Thank you
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