Create character clothing in zbrush using extrude plugin

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Sep 22, 2006

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This tutorial will walk you through the steps to create offset surfaces of your model using the extrude tool and use those surfaces to model clothing for your characters. This method can also be used for other purposes.

this tutorial might come in handy with you if you use hexagon or any app that can group polygons,
we will start off in hexagon and end up in zbrush in the samples below,
Follow the steps in the pictures below

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Download and use EZ-Extruder v2.0.0

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using the new morphdiff tool in the link above

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The model used in the pictures is by Anh Nguyen




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Aug 05, 2011
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The plugin you linked to, "EZ-Extruder v2.0.0" is not available at the web address you linked to. It would be great if you could correct/update the link! I'd love to use it.

EDIT: The link given in the photo is correct: http://www.creativecrash.com/zbrush/downloads/extruder-ver-0/description

Unfortunately, there aren't any installation instructions given with it, and the site that is listed in the .txt file in the zip package is not valid (it goes to some forum thread somewhere that is no longer accessible). HELP!!

Thanks~

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