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

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Time for action - adding details to the rear exhausts

Let's explore some more hard surface sculpting:

  1. First isolate one rear exhaust by Ctrl + Shift clicking on one of them.
  2. Then Ctrl + Shift and drag on the canvas to invert the visibility.
  3. Hide the second exhaust, as done previously in step 1, by Ctrl + Shift-clicking.
  4. Invert the visibility again, like in step 2, with Ctrl +Shift + drag. You should now have isolated the two rear exhausts.
  5. Smooth the outer hard edges of the upper exhaust like we did with the air outlets.
  6. Pick the TrimAdaptive brush and lay in some dents, as shown in the subsequent image:
    Time for action - adding details to the rear exhausts
  7. Lower your draw size, so that the cursor's diameter ...

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