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Working with Spotlight in ZBrush
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Released Oct 31, 2010
  • ZBrush
    ZBrush 4
  • 1h 8m
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  • Project Files Included
Justin Marshall

Pluralsight

Justin Marshall
In this ZBrush tutorialwe will explore the use of Spotlights in incorporating external images into our ZBrush painting workflow. Spotlights are a great tool for organizing and optimizing our texture painting workflow in ZBrush. In this tutorial, we'll get a good basic knowledge of working with Spotlight in ZBrush. We'll talk about loading images, organizing them within a Spotlight, modifying them, and using them to paint onto our models.
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Introduction and project overview
1

Introduction and project overview

 
00:57
Spotlight basics
2

Spotlight basics

 
07:04
Transforming images in Spotlight
3

Transforming images in Spotlight

 
05:10
Projection Painting with Spotlight
4

Projection Painting with Spotlight

 
07:48
Applying seamless textures
5

Applying seamless textures

 
06:34
Nudging images for better fit
6

Nudging images for better fit

 
08:31
Making image adjustments
7

Making image adjustments

 
07:58
Cloning between images
8

Cloning between images

 
05:08
Painting with Spotlight
9

Painting with Spotlight

 
07:19
Sculpting with Spotlight
10

Sculpting with Spotlight

 
05:04
Painting through multiple layers
11

Painting through multiple layers

 
07:18