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Autodesk Mudbox 2010 Dry Brush

Autodesk Mudbox 2010 Dry Brush
A CreativeCOW Autodesk Mudbox Video Tutorial


CreativeCOW presents Autodesk Mudbox 2010 Dry Brush--Video Training by Michael Hurwicz

Michael Hurwicz Michael Hurwicz
Eastsound, Washington USA

©2010 Michael Hurwicz and Creativecow.net. All rights reserved.

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In this Autodesk Mudbox 2010 tutorial, Michael Hurwicz looks at the new "Dry Brush", which allows you to paint only on the raised portions of an object, or alternatively only on the recessed portions. In addition to showing the basics of using the dry brush, the tutorial demonstrates how a larger brush reaches deeper areas of the geometry.













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Re: Autodesk Mudbox 2010 Dry Brush
by Santosh Nirankari
Nice video. But i would have liked it on vimeo or something.


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