The user interface of any 3d software package can be a little overwhelming, especially when using one that you're not too familiar with. There may be many tools, menus or buttons you don't need, or care to use. UI customization is key, to not only increase overall speed and ease of use, but to greatly improve productivity.
In this tutorial Shaun Keenan will show you how to completely customize the ZBrush user interface and set it up in a way that makes sense for your particular working style. No longer will you need to waste time hunting around for a specific brush or tool, everything can be 'one-click' away and locked in a location you choose!
Note: click the 'Monitor' icon to view tutorial in full-screen HD.
Other Great ZBrush Tutorials:
- Sculpting Clothing & Accessories For A Toon Soldier Character Using ZBrush
- Create A Stylized Character With Maya And ZBrush
- Sculpt, Pose and PolyPaint a Cartoon Squid in ZBrush
- Create a 3D Micro Robotic Insect in ZBrush
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