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Texture painting!

Posted by Marius Oberholster on Thursday, May 17, 2012 Under: Tutorials
This is one of Blender's coolest feature imo. You can literally paint over objects in 3DView. So cool. Not overtly original or even that fancy, just the knowing you can is cool!

For this part of the book (now becoming a set of books, due to my PC's inability to handle the large file), I used the monkey mesh that comes with Blender. Very simple low res texture, but it definitely shows that you can achieve good results with this technique.

Here's the final:


I really had to up the contrast and brightness (the browns I chose looked right in the materials and are not technically wrong, but they didn't quite give the contrast I wanted, so this looks like it should've).

This part also covers how to paint a texture to dictate where fur may and may not be as well as defining length.

Thank you for reading!!

Thank YOU!!!!!!!

In : Tutorials 


Tags: texture painting  procedural textures  monkey  blender 

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