Unboxing the Wacom Intuos 3D with ZBrushCore
Wacom Intuos 3D with ZBrushCore!
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I spent some time testing and sculpting around with ZBrushCore prior to it release a few weeks ago. I mainly tested it with a Wacom Intuos 4 on my PC and also on my Cintiq Companion 2, but It had occurred to me that, most people that will be getting ZBrushCore, will probably get the Wacom bundle to start their journey in 3D with style.
So I got the Wacom Intuos 3D delivered to me a couple of days ago and I thought I should share a little unboxing video with a quick review before I start using it to record the ZbrusCore tutorial series (coming very soon).
I added some links to the right of this post where you can get the model from this unboxing video, learn more about ZBrushCore, and get my settings for the ‘Express Keys’ of this tablet to sculpt in ZBrushCore (there will be a little tutorial on this topic later on).
Downloading the software from the bundle
To get the software that comes with the Intuos series, you need to enter a key code to download it. Just in case, the key code is the number printed in the bottom right corner of the box when you open it… so don’t throw it away.
To download the software go to the Wacom Product Registration page and follow a couple of easy steps.
In this post...
- Unboxing video
- Quick Review
- My Wacom settings for ZBrushCore.
Use the button below to download my Wacom settings (Intuos 3D) to work with ZBrushCore. The settings are mainly shortcuts and hotkeys mapped to the ‘express keys’ and the pen buttons, like the image below.
The unboxing / review video:
I hope this video has been useful and if you already have one on this tablets, let me know what you think. If you have a question or any feedback, drop a line in the comments below.