View Full Version : zproject transpose issue
06-05-2010, 01:32 PM
Hi, I'm new to zbrush. I'm trying project (paint) and an image in the background from an image plane onto my model as in this tutorial http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vTh0wSjF71U . I can get the image to paint on ok but the transpose part doesnt seem to work. The image projects directly from beneath my model but I cant offset the projection by using move (next to draw). The zbrush version I'm using is 3.5 r3. I would really appreciate it if someone can help. Thank you..
06-05-2010, 01:58 PM
ok, after a little research I've come across this post here.
I'm finding this a little frustrating as i'm not entirely sure what the work around is. I think the biggest problem I'm facing is i'm a newbie! :cry: If anyone can help me with a texturing workflow that would be great.
06-05-2010, 03:19 PM
I was pretty annoyed when they dropped the ball on that feature. Even though ZBrush is the powerful program that it is, it really is a huge mess. And when they decide to release unfinished sh*t after they have advertised about it (GoZ for example) you wonder if you should ever trust them again. Autodesk does this kind of cr*p all the time. Get you all excited with a press release, and then come the huge disapointment when you find out that what you are recieving isn't even close to be usuable in production.
I beleave it's called lying. I wouldn't mind of these companies released a new version every two years rather than every year. If it meant that the features were well thought out and fully tested and functional.
But they want to release a new version every year. Like the automobile industry. THE NEW MODELS ARE OUT. crash!
you could use zapplink instead... http://www.pixologic.com/zbrush/zapplink/
but i would recommend mudbox for texturing...
cause of the "real" texture painting there and the layers...
06-06-2010, 03:50 AM
Thanks oglu. I'll try and use zapplink, hopefully this will at least get me underway. The thing I find frustrating is I spent a while comparing products and I was even looking at getting mudbox. Zbrush is cheaper but seems to have more functionality especially with modeling. Just more of a learning curve, but I think worth it in the end. Now I find that some functionality is missing after I purchase the product I'm quite disappointed. I do admit though, I have a lot to learn and I might be missing something. The other thing is, bring on zbrush 4. Thanks guys.
06-06-2010, 03:50 AM
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