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Using PaintStop in ZBrush
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Released Sep 24, 2009
  • ZBrush
    ZBrush
  • 46m 36s
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Justin Marshall

Pluralsight

Justin Marshall
In this ZBrush tutorial we will get an overview of the PaintStop plugin in ZBrush. While digital graphics software can make our lives easier by automating tasks and getting quick results, achieving the same effects we might get with traditional media can be challenging. Effects like charcoal scraping across a rough surface or the brush strokes of a thick paint can add to the artwork we create. In this course we'll get an overview of the PaintStop plugin for ZBrush which will allow us to access all kinds of traditional art tools. We'll take a look at the interface and learn to work with media like charcoal, ink, watercolor or oils. We'll use tracing images and stencils to augment our workflow, and we'll explore a uv painting technique. Upon completion of the tutorial, you'll be able to quickly integrate PaintStop into your own ZBrush workflow.
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Introduction and project overview
1

Introduction and project overview

 
01:00
Getting started with PaintStop
2

Getting started with PaintStop

 
07:12
Using different types of media
3

Using different types of media

 
14:15
Tracing images in PaintStop
4

Tracing images in PaintStop

 
04:55
Working with masks and stencils
5

Working with masks and stencils

 
06:13
Adjusting images in PaintStop
6

Adjusting images in PaintStop

 
05:05
Painting on UV layouts
7

Painting on UV layouts

 
07:55