I looked into the online docs, but I didn’t see any description about ClayTubes Sculpting brush. When I use it, I get rounded square imprints on the mesh. What’s the deal? How and what for it suppose to be used and how different is it from the regular Clay brush? Thanks.
I assume you mean the clay strips brush, indeed there’s very few documentation on the Blender sculpt mode, the manual section is very basic on them.
As usual with the Blender brushes, to really see the difference between the clay strips and clay brush with a high enough density, so you’ll need to bring up the multires level to test around.
A comparison, using the fully flat “curve” setting , in same strength and size :
anchored stroke (Clay brush on the left, Clay Strips brush on the right) :
space stroke (Clay brush on the bottom, Clay Strips on the top) :
SI , CLAYTUBES (Zbrush) IS clay strip in Blender sculpt
So essentially the same brush with sharper defined stroke?
Not just that, but the Clay brush (like every other Blender brushes) is circular, the Clay Strips brush is the only one that is a square.
Gotcha. What’s the difference between sculpting with square brush and circular brush? Simply the appearance and resulting edges (sharper with square)?
NOT REALLY MAYBE USE THE CLAY STRIP ( CLAYTUBES) in block fast the anatomy.