Tried modeling in Zbrush with a wacom tablet and was not impressed. Is there something I am missing here?
blender dynotopo + easel + huion + wireless
>>649498It will take a few weeks before you can even get your head around the UI and the weird workflow that Zbrush requires.. but when you get it, it's going to be great. The learning curve is hardcore in the beginning, but after a while you'll be amazed by what you can do. Keep it up OP
>>649498patience? persistance? iq?
>>649502I'm somewhat experienced in Zbrush, it is just the first time I've used a pen instead of a mouse. Based on my very limited experience it seems a lot slower and less exact using a pen over a mouse.
>>649520your mouse has 2 levels of pressure - on and off. aka clicked or not clicked Your wacom pen(newer intous pro ones) has 8192 levels.think about that kid
>>649522Heh, I'm using an old Bamboo with 1024 levels of pressure and even that it's way above what a mouse can do. I don't understand those who say "tablets are a meme".
It's over rated, the presure sensitive curves etc are only really needed for detailing phase.Anything below that it's a waste of time.
https://fstoppers.com/originals/fstoppers-reviews-parblo-a610s-cheap-alternative-entry-level-tablets-295342alternative to huion and wacom
If you can get a used Cintiq I recommend it. A standard Wacom is fine, but sculpting on the screen itself is better.
>>649520>experienced in zbrush >been using mouse until nowLol, clear troll, or absolute moron.