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Reference Image is a simple way to set up modeling reference images in ZBrush.
* A single image is used with up to six views. * Switch views without leaving Edit mode or dropping model. * Rotate your model as you work, zoom or scroll the canvas and return to any view at the click of a button. * Default positioning: an aid to placing your model. When switched on, clicking a view button that has not had a
position stored will place the model at the correct rotation, in the
center of the visible canvas. It can then be quickly moved into
position before storing.
* Point constraints. When switched
on, point movement is constrained to the view plane; a hotkey toggles
on and off. * Save settings to disk for use between ZBrush sessions.
***Note: Reference Image does NOT save your model. Be sure to save it!***
Unzip the zip file to your ZStartupZPlugs folder. Restart ZBrush and you will find a new subpalette Reference Image in your Layers palette. You can Ctrl+drag the buttons to where you want and store the setting (Ctrl+Shift+I).
For full instructions click the R I Setup button and choose Help.