Before starting this video tutorial we suggest you that watch introduction to subtools in ZBrush video tutorial.
As a ZBrush user you most probably know that one model may contain many subtools. For example, if you are creating a game character then you have multiple ZBrush subtools like body mesh, cloths and other accessories. You can append these subtools with each other.
But what if you want to merge multiple subtools, while avoiding the seam problem?
If you want to learn how to merge multiple sub-tools in ZBrush then watch this video tutorial.
Merging Multiple Subtools in Zbrush
In this ZBrush video tutorial Paul Gaboury will teach you how to merge multiple subtools in ZBrush.
This video tutorial is for beginners.
Paul walks you through merging multiple subtools, so that when you add deformation across a seam it won’t spread apart.
This video will also show you how to split merged subtools and how to reconstruct subdivision levels.
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