💻 Shortcut: E
🥽 Quick swap: Clay tool
Use the Erase tool to remove clay from the scene. The Erase tool works across layers, so as long as clay is in scope it will be affected by the Erase tool.
Using the Erase tool with a large brush can impact responsiveness while the scene is updated. If you find that clay is taking too long to be removed, try decreasing layer resolution or decreasing brush size. To understand why this happens, see How Modeler works.
Erase Tool Parameters
Select the base shape for the brush
Different brush shapes have different parameters available. For example, you can adjust the width, height, and depth of a cube, or you can adjust the radius and thickness of a torus. A full list of brush shape parameters is available here.
Modify the size of the brush
Increase or decrease the size of the brush. Very large brush sizes may cause a delay between adding clay and the clay appearing.
|Toggle pressure sensitivity|
Pressure sensitivity allows you to dynamically adjust the scale of clay as you draw out your strokes.
|Toggle single mode||Single mode will only place a single stamp of your brush when you pull the trigger instead of constantly applying clay along your stroke.|
|Toggle Lazy stroke||With Lazy stroke enabled, the stroke is dragged behind the cursor rather than appearing directly beneath it. This helps create smoother strokes and clean curves.|
|Toggle Steady stroke||Steady stroke takes time to catch up with the cursor. Unlike Lazy stroke, Steady stroke will eventually reach the cursor. This helps create smoother strokes and clean curves.|