Image PlainX Crash!!

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  05 May 2009
Angry Image PlainX Crash!!

Can somebody PLEASE, PLEASE explain me the process of appending .obj mash or even another .ztl tool to a Image Plain X!!! But with option of flat material on Image plain x, and a different materials on each subtool! There is no good tutorial on this subject each one is scrambled, unclear, etc! Click to click! I think that in my case, I have a problem with units, because my base model in Max 9 is 1:1 height, i.e. 180 cm tall, I had menaged to append it once, but the scale tool in Zbrush wasnt functioning! I even try to append Image plain x to the base mash... scaling worked but I could not zoom anymore exept to the "frame" distance! What am I doing wrong?
  05 May 2009
i did the tutorials at ZBrush & 3D Buzz and was still banging my head against the wall, as far as extracting a displacement map after sculpturing, and how to have the UV's line up, etc.

i took the tutorial at, taught by Eric Keller, that helped a lot

ZBrush has sort of a mystical interface, took me 3 series of tutorials to get used to it.

Digital Tutors has some ZBrush tutorials.
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  05 May 2009
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