Pixologic ZBrush v4R8 P2 x64 / Description
Dynamesh is ZBrush’s digital clay. It rebuilds the topology of your model as you sculpt, creating a smooth, even surface for you to add fine details. Step between different resolutions of your model, and changes on any level will be applied to each one. This enables you to create complex models, but still be able to make big changes when you need to.
If you’re a concept artist or illustrator, you’ll find that ZBrush bridges the gap between 2D and 3D. Compose 2D images where you can make real-time changes, while maintaining accurate lighting and depth. Paint models with pixel-by-pixel control using customizable brushes. Use GoZ to create complex textures in PhotoShop and see them applied to your scene as you work.
These are just a few of the unique and powerful features you’ll love about ZBrush:
For all their power, Boolean systems have historically required a lot of trial and error before finally getting a satisfying result. With Live Boolean, artists gain the ability to combine multiple sculptures together and see in real-time what the resulting mesh will look like. Any model can be subtracted from another, regardless of their polygon counts. You can even use Live Boolean with the existing instancing systems in ZBrush such as NanoMesh and ArrayMesh. While Live Boolean is active, you can even sculpt on your models while previewing the Boolean results. All of these options can be combined together to provide new sculpting workflows that are unique to ZBrush.
Live Boolean is also excellent for creating hard surface models. Live Boolean makes it possible for you to preview any addition and subtraction operations between your source models, allowing adjustments to be made on the fly.
There is no guesswork, since you are able to dynamically see the end result before committing to the operation. You can adjust any part on a mesh and see it instantly impact the model. It’s 100% interactive, non-destructive and works with any sculpt.
Using Live Boolean for 3D Printing
Live Boolean is perfect for creating models for manufacturing, toy design, product design, collectibles, and more. Use any sculpt to create articulated joints, keys for 3D printing, hollowing, or even to create molds for production.
Converting Your Live Booleans
The Live Boolean function is not only a preview system inside ZBrush but can also be converted to true geometry to allow export for use in other applications.
When it comes time to finalize a Live Boolean creation, simply click a single button and the Live Boolean process will be converted to geometry. The structure of your models will change as little as possible, with topology changes only taking place where the source models connect to each other. Even with models that are comprised of several million polygons, the result can be generated in just a few seconds.
Vector Displacement Mesh Feature
Expand your Alpha arsenal with a new library of Vector Displacement Meshes (VDM). These are 3D sculpts used as brush building blocks that will allow undercutting when drawing on a model’s surface. As an example, you can draw a nose complete with nostrils in a single brush stroke. Or an ear with complete front and back sides. Or a bent finger, scales with a raised angle or even an open mouth. All of this without lost depth or detail.
Vector Displacement Mesh creates real overhangs as you sculpt. Push the details of your model with precise placement on sculpts with millions of polygons.
Pixologic ZBrush v4R8 P2 x64 / System Requirements
Minimum System Requirements:
– OS: 64-bit editions of Windows Vista or newer. (32-bit operating systems are no longer supported.)
– CPU: Pentium or equivalent AMD.
– RAM: 4 GB (6+ GB strongly recommended)
– HDD: 8 GB of free hard drive space for ZBrush and its scratch disk.
– Pen Tablet: Mouse or Wacom compatible (WinTab API) pen tablet.
– Monitor: 1280×1024 monitor resolution with 32-bit color.
– Video card: All types.
Highly Recommended Specifications:
– OS: 64-bit editions of Windows Vista or newer.
– CPU: Intel i5/i7/Xeon technology or AMD equivalent.
– RAM: 8 GB required for working with multi-million poly models. (16+ GB preferred.)
– HDD: 100 GB of free hard drive space for ZBrush and its scratch disk. (SSD drive highly recommended.)
– Pen Tablet: Wacom or Wacom compatible. (WinTab API.)
– Monitor: 1920×1080 monitor resolution or higher with 32-bit color.
– Video card: All types.
Pixologic ZBrush v4R8 P2 x64 / Installation Guide
1. Install the software.
2. Copy and paste the contents of the Cracked file folder into the software installation location.
3. Run the software.
Install the update:
Note: It is recommended that you download and install the latest update.
1- Download the software update offline Individually download and unzip.
2. Run the … Download the Updater.exe file as the Run as Adminstrator in the installation software.
3- The file in the Cracked file folder
* Where to install the software: The installation location folder is usually located in the Windows drive and in the Program Files folder. You can also find the installation location in this way:
– In Windows XP: After installation, right-click on the shortcut in the Start menu and click Properties, and then click Find Target.
– In Windows 7: After installation, right-click on the shortcut in the Start menu and click on the Open file location option.
– On Windows 8: After installation, click on the Shortcut Software on the Start Page Right click on the screen and click Open file location, in the window that opens, right-click on the shortcut of the software and click on the Open file location option.
– In Windows 10: After installation, Click Shortcut on the Start menu And click Open file location Click on the Shortcut window re-opens for the application, right-click and click and click Open file location.