5 Cool Ways to Use Polygroups in ZBrush
ZBrush has so many great features that it's easy to overlook one of the most useful aspects of ZBrush - Polygroups. Polygroups are really just a way of assigning groups of polygon faces to a selection. These polygon groups are distinguished from one another by their colors, viewed by enabling PolyFrame. You can create a Polygroup by hiding other polygons and grouping the visible polys. Or you can mask out an area and group those polygons. Check out the Polygroups subpalette of the Tool palette for more creation options. So once you've created some polygroups, what can you do with them? Let's take a look at five ways you can use Polygroups to enhance your ZBrush workflow.