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Topic Closed3ds,zbruh,texturing help

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Direct Link To This Post Topic: 3ds,zbruh,texturing help
    Posted: 16.Aug.2010 at 05:31
I Everyone want to learn more about 3d modelling but i really don't know where to start.I'm the

king of noobs in 3ds and zbrush and in texturing i really don't know where to start.Can someone

help me pls ?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16.Aug.2010 at 05:48
Isn't that your website in your signature? Aren't those your models on that site? If not, then why are you advertising for them?
 
If you truly are the king of noob's when it comes to 3D, then I would suggest you get yourself some training DVD's.
 
Check out these sites:
 
Or, just check online for free tutorials. There are thousands of them out there. You just have to search.
 
 
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17.Aug.2010 at 09:05
Hello,
 
If you are planing to texture your mesh in PS or some other image editing program it is better to UV map/Unwrap your mesh in Max. If you want to use ZBrush to paint your texture you can apply the GUV UVmapping in ZBrush.
 
 
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17.Aug.2010 at 21:19
Originally posted by stevephillips79 stevephillips79 wrote:

If you want to use ZBrush to paint your texture you can apply the GUV UVmapping in ZBrush.


Actually, ZBrush now has the UVMaster plugin, which is far better than the old GUV mapping.
 



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