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How do I fix this seam? Using Maya 2014
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>>531144
Maybe mark the seam in the spot you want it???
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>>531144
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dahgVetfUZg

Quit being autistic anon.
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>>531144
holy shit thanks for the laugh, I know we all started out UV'ing like that. Keep at it bro
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>>531144
god I used to hate uv'ing. Just keep doing youtube tut's you'll get there.
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>>531188
Does there really need to be a tutorial for this? Its exactly the fucking same as unwrapping a normal cylinder
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You should have unwrapped it before deforming the tube
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>>534497

No you shouldn't
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>>531144
>UV unwrapping.
>Not using blender.



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