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How do I get the material to show on my UV map? Why is modelling so retardedly complicated.
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>>639685
Modeling isn't complicated, but you are using blender, so you only have yourself to blame.
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>>639685
you have to bake the materials in that texture
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_UzmfFBnwAY
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this is your second thread for your fucking pineapple kill yourself OP. There are threads where you can ask questions you know
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>>639685
>>639936
I agree op, go fuck yourself and your question now. There's a blender thread and a questions thread. No excuse you apple donut
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>>639685
Git gud
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>>639988

photorealism was a mistake
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>>639936

I don't play by anyones rules.

Not even my own.
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>>640066
>t. a 14 years-old brat
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>>639685
quit posting your shitty pineapple, sage
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>>642848
>bumping a thread dead for close to a month
>post wants it to no longer bump
I swear to god, this board has issues.
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>>639685
My dude, modeling is the easiest part of the process.
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>>642853
for you
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>>642870

You're not supposed to model anything else than donuts when using blender. That's the reason why you're having such a hard time.
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>>642853
Really depends on what you're doing. It can be easy or challenging, same with other parts of the pipeline.





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