Learn how to easily create cloth seams alpha displacement maps for your ZBrush clothing with this ZBrush beginner tutorial.
In this short Marvelous Designer 5 to ZBrush workflow tutorial we’ll show you the best way to export Marvelous Designer clothing for use in ZBrush. Avoid getting a broken mesh or other issues by following this step-by-step Marvelous Designer to ZBrush tutorial. We cover all the export settings as well as examples of what happens if you chose the wrong options.
Someday I will be more proficient in ZBrush - after several days going through the tutorials, the manual, etc. and hours trying to do a simple 3-braid rope-twist using ZB, I resorted to my old simple stand-by Rhino 3D (yes a Nurbs modeler) to model the segment. Imported obj into ZBrush, tweaked it with ZB's remesher and got something passable as an insert brush... a bit more tweaking with brush stretch, welding, etc. needed. For me at this point a far less painful and much shorter work flow
Believe it or not, working between DAZ Studio and ZBrush proved to be much easier than between Poser and ZBrush. This set of four video tutorials will show you how to prepare Victoria 4.2 in DAZ Studio 2.3 for export so that you may use the mesh in ZBrush 3.1 to create a custom morph. Then, after we play around in ZBrush a little, we'll export the morphed mesh and load it as a morph target back in DAZ Studio. This was so easy, I almost hurt myself!
This tutorial goes through the process of importing your Poser mesh into Zbrush 2; how to manipulate the mesh to create a custom morph; how to export the mesh; how to import it into Poser 6; and how to create and install you new custom morph onto a Poser figure.
After much trial and error, creating custom morphs in ZBrush for Poser really begins in how you export your Wavefront OBJ files from Poser. This quick tutorial takes you step by step through the process to ensure successful results each time.NOTE: Nudity