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Re: King David Kalakaua [message #116444 is a reply to message #116432 ] Sat, 30 May 2015 09:54 UTC
avatar HappyFox  is currently offline HappyFox
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Registered: April 2015
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Upgrading to Zbrush will be a very beneficial thing for you. I mean you doing a great job with this workflow. Reducing the number of software you use from 4 to 2 will speed you up even more. Not to mention that Zbrush has got GoZ feature what allows you to jump seamlesly between other applications and Zbrush. For example create the figure and I want to model some accessories on top. I just push a button and I'm in 3ds max (or Lightwave in your case). It works the same to the other way.

GoZ supports:
Autodesk Maya 2013 and up
Autodesk 3DSMax 2013 and up
Modo 501, 601 from Luxology (Note: Modo 701 is not officially supported yet, but GoZ can be enabled)
Cinema 4D R11, R12, R13, R14 from Maxon
Adobe Photoshop CS4 Extended, CS5 Extended, CS6 and CC
KeyShot 5 by Luxion
Lightwave 3D 11.6
Poser 2012 SR3, 2013 and 2014 from Smith Micro
DAZ|Studio 4 from DAZ
DAZ Carrara 8 Pro from DAZ
EIAS 9

Regards to Mesh integrity, you can check that easily in Zbrush. I agree that it's expensive though. Maybe there are forums where they re-sell older licenses. I'm not sure but I know that it works for some softwares and it's absolutely legal. I'm not quite sure in the case of Zbrush but worth to take a look.

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