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    Deleting in ZBrush

    Is there a way to delete individual objects without the objects being on separate layers? Say for instance you have three spheres opened up?

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    Each object is a seperate subTool therefore you can delete individual subTools from the subTool Menu by selecting it and hitting delete.

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    Thanks Joe. That explains a lot. When you save a document, is it good to save it as a tool instead of just saving the document only?

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    Yes, be very careful to save your work as a ZTool from the Tool Palette. If you don't you will lose all ability to sculpt further. Saving as a Document is really for 2D/2.5D work.

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