Pixologic is pleased to bring you the #AskZBrush system — an exciting new way to get answers to your feature questions!

Posted on November 30, 2015 by Michael Nisbet

AskZBrush Lead In

Using Twitter, simply ask a question using the hashtag #AskZBrush. Our experts @Pixologic will review all questions and follow up with a short video answering the best questions. The #AskZBrush system is set up to provide answers to questions that would generate 3-10 minute videos.

Our specialists won’t answer broad training or tutorial-type questions such as, “How do I sculpt a full character?” Rather they will focus on specific questions like, “How can I sculpt on thin pieces of geometry?” or “How can I display reference images with SpotLight?”

Keeping the question simple and specific will increase the chance of your question being answered!

To learn more about #AskZBrush, please visit the official ZBrushCentral thread here

#AskZBrush YouTube channel 

Follow @Pixologic on Twitter and use the hashtag #AskZBrush

3 responses to “Pixologic is pleased to bring you the #AskZBrush system — an exciting new way to get answers to your feature questions!”

  1. Is it any way I can hold all my subtools and move them in the canvas?For example I mark all subtools and then be able to rotate and drag the different meshes without draging each of the subtools one by one?

  2. raven says:

    i have some question about 3D Gizmo, i did the tutorial in zclassroom to use 3d gizmo and rotate the object, but when i followed the tutorial i found that theres no button like that in my zbrush. the button is bettween the rotate and Mrgb and its a circle with triangle inside. hope u may help guys

  3. Thomas says:

    The Gizmo 3D is only available in ZBrushCore. It will be available in ZBrush 4R8 when released.

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