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ZBrush 4 Sculpting for Games Beginner's Guide by Manuel Scherer

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Time for action - using Auto Masking to finish the Polypainting

Now that we created our basic color scheme with cavity masking, let's use the brushes to paint the final details. We could also continue using the cavity masks for painting the colors, but there's a handy feature, that masks the cavity on the fly, which is called Auto Masking. Let's see how painting the tree becomes a no-brainer with this feature.

  1. Open the brush palette in the left tray and expand the Auto Masking subpalette.
  2. Enable CavityMask, as shown in the next screenshot:
    Time for action - using Auto Masking to finish the Polypainting
  3. Next to the CavityMask button, we can find the CavityMaskingIntensity slider. Set it to 10, choose a lighter ...

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