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Subject: Scaling an Object such as a "Chin" in Zbrush?

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Ragtopjohnny  

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Posted Sun, Jan 13, 2013 4:35 pm

Hi everyone...


Hoping you can help me out.  I've been working on a morph for pretty much a couple of days now, and I have most of it completed on the facial features.


I do however need help in scaling the chin.  What's the best way to scale just the chin of the model. 


Can I use the "Move" brush and still press the [ALT] key while doing it or no?  I don't seem to get the best results from that. 


Thanks,


John

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Plutom  

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Posted Tue, Jan 15, 2013 12:50 pm

There are several ways but I like this method... mask out what you don't want resized, the open the deformation menu and move the size slider.  If you bork it up use cntrl Z to undo it.  Jan

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