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What's New in ZBrush 4R6
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Released Aug 12, 2013
Justin Marshall

Pluralsight

Justin Marshall
As features are updated and new features are added to ZBrush, it's important to know what has changed and how it can make your life easier.

In this tutorial we'll go over many of the recent updates in 4R6. We'll talk about new curve framing options for quickly creating detail along mesh features. We'll cover some DynaMesh changes and learn to use new brushes like the new Trim brushes to delete and cap areas and the Curve Bridge brush to create new geometry between two curves. We'll also talk about updates related to polygroups, masking, and the solo function.

To finish up, we'll go over the use of the ZRemesher to quickly and automatically recreate a mesh's topology for a variety of purposes.
Partner
Partner
Introduction and project overview
1

Introduction and project overview

 
00:53
Framing mesh features
2

Framing mesh features

 
06:27
Keeping polypaint with DynaMesh
3

Keeping polypaint with DynaMesh

 
05:50
Using the Curve Bridge brush
4

Using the Curve Bridge brush

 
07:11
Using the new Trim brushes
5

Using the new Trim brushes

 
07:52
ZBrush 4r6 Updates
6

ZBrush 4r6 Updates

 
09:59
Using ZRemesher
7

Using ZRemesher

 
07:28
Guiding ZRemesher topology
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Guiding ZRemesher topology

 
09:07