Designing T-64B

Discussion in 'Gallery & Designs' started by julescrafter, Mar 27, 2008.

  1. julescrafter

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    Just a question Julescrafter... Does that mean you make textures in 3DMax just for rendering, but doesn't actually use it during your unfold, and the unfolded pattern have to be coloured again in Coreldraw?
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    Yes you're right, during unfolding, the pattern was still colorless. When all parts were unfolded, I added color using coreldraw. Export them to bitmap for 3D texture. The most hard step was coloring the cammo pattern. Then I must went back and forward between Max and coreldraw, checking the result in 3D, if there's an error I have to fix it in coreldraw and recheck it in Max.

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    Wow that sounds like a lot of work... how did you get the textures to line up on different parts...?