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ZBrush: Transpose Master and Poseable Symmetry

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Date Added: 17th August 2009
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Introduction

Transpose Master and Poseable Symmetry is our new video tutorial for ZBrush..

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Duration: 5minutes 46seconds - File Size: 9.54mb


To see more by Jesse Sandifer, check out Digital Art Masters: Volume 7

 
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Werner on Mon, 16 March 2015 5:47pm
Complitly missleading title. First its the transpose line and not master. Second no occurence of any use of symmetry not to mention of even more advanced poseable symmetrie.
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