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When texturing does anyone do this?
is there a better way
I mean

its 2018 and iv been doing it this way for years.

any suggestions would be great.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hr_itixx0Yo

this will help you alot
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>>627385
Interesting. i didnt get a chance to watch all the videos but skimmed most of it,

But seems pretty good so far.
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>>627383
So i followed some info from that video.
Seems pretty good.

Never thought to much into it but seems to give okay results.
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>>627403
that a massive improvement, are you kidding me
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>>627570
btw there is more to learn when it comes to the texturing tool.
it looks basic from first glance but its actually really deep
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>>627570
thank you for the encouragement. i hope to finish this model off soon.
>>627571
Yes im still learning that.
But for the modelling i do i think this enough for now.




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