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Old 02 February 2013   #1
Question Can you scale your Image Planes?

Ok, so I know how to set up my image plane. Import them and save my different views. However the only way I can start modelling close up details on my model is by zooming into the canvas which of course pixelates the mesh.

I assume there is a way to scale up the actual image plane so I can see all the details of my mesh while I sculpt the closer details without any of the nasty pixelation.

Would appreciate any help anyone can give me.
 
Old 02 February 2013   #2
are you talking about the image plane plugin?
in zbrush 4R5 look under the Draw menu on top
then look for Front-back then >zMap
what you want to do is scale, there is a scale button on the right or use the hotkey,
you want to scale Not zoom, zoom will pixelate it.

make sure your image size and guilty are good like 1024 x 1024 and above
 
Old 02 February 2013   #3
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Originally Posted by informerman
are you talking about the image plane plugin?
in zbrush 4R5 look under the Draw menu on top
then look for Front-back then >zMap
what you want to do is scale, there is a scale button on the right or use the hotkey,
you want to scale Not zoom, zoom will pixelate it.

make sure your image size and guilty are good like 1024 x 1024 and above


This seems to be just what I'm looking for as it applies my reference template images to the actual grid of my character and it rotates and scales too.

Does this not sort of defeat the purpose of the Image Plane plugin? Also is there a way to change the opacity of the map?
 
Old 02 February 2013   #4
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Originally Posted by DavijoMan
Does this not sort of defeat the purpose of the Image Plane plugin? Also is there a way to change the opacity of the map?

the image plane was first, the new map on grid is some thing new.
look and you will see a slider called E Enhance opacity, its above snap to grid button
 
Old 02 February 2013   #5
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Originally Posted by informerman
the image plane was first, the new map on grid is some thing new.
look and you will see a slider called E Enhance opacity, its above snap to grid button


Thanks, huge help. This is really going to help with my project.
 
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