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Topic Closed3D Models UV unwrapping

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Direct Link To This Post Topic: 3D Models UV unwrapping
    Posted: 14.Jul.2010 at 16:14
I have a 3D model of a sci-fi tank. I want to texture it so I apply a Unwrap UVW and then open the editor and

select the object, but when I go to mapping > flatten mapping, it is greyed out. It is like this for every object.

Also, once I have unwrapped every object in the scene what do I do then?

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14.Jul.2010 at 21:23
You might want to take some time and read through this tutorial. It was written for an older version of Max, but the concept still applies: http://www.waylon-art.com/uvw_tutorial/uvwtut_01.html
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