Glen Southern walks through a technique for posing and reposing a character in Zbrush. There are a few ways that you can approach posing in ZBrush.

tinkering with a ZSphere rig

Most commonly, simply using the Transpose tool and masking away parts that you don’t want to affect seems to work fine in most cases. What if you wanted to pose and repose a character, or repose multiple times?

Then using the most common method becomes a bit tedious and ineffective. So here, Glen Southern walks through how to create a simple rig with ZSpheres that will allow you to pose a character with ease.

Glen notes that he typically will pose a character using the Transpose tool and masking, but if he ever needs to repose multiple times then his choice is always ZSpheres rig.


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