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

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Time for action - moving the ground floor with Transpose

Now that we've appended our ground floor, let's use the Transpose tool to move it into position.

  1. Under Tool | SubTool click on the newly appended circle to make it the active subtool, as shown in the next screenshot. The tree should now appear darker and the circle, lighter:
    Time for action - moving the ground floor with Transpose
  2. Activate Transparency, which can be found either in the shelf of the default screen layout or in the Transform palette Transform | Transp. This renders all inactive subtools semi-transparent, revealing the active subTool, which is of great help when working with overlapping subtools.
  3. Now let's rotate the circle, so it looks ...

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