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Pullin shapes - Roadkill UV Tool

Pullin shapes - Roadkill UV Tool
Quality of Life Enhancement Device for Computer Artists Roadkill If a good proportion of your life is spent texture mapping polygon meshes, then you should probably install Roadkill. The latest version is a standalone application that can be called from Maya, 3DS Max and now Softimage XSI (link is currently dead). Have a look at the first Roadkill example movie to get a good idea of it's usage. Stand Alone Application. Load and Save OBJ files, Live Unwrap, Live Pin and Pull, Show Polygon Stretching, Topological and Loop Edge Selection. Roadkill 1.1 Manual by Andy Swann (please mail me if you spot any errors) Roadkill workflow with Poser by English Roadkill 1.1 (RC2) PC Source Installation After downloading unzip all the files to a directory. Typing RoadKill (capital R and K!) Softimage XSI A.

Allegorithmic | MaPZone We thank you for having acquired MaPZone, a software developed by Allegorithmic, (hereinafter "MaPZone"). ALLEGORITHMIC, 37 Avenue Lavoisier, ZAC des Varennes, 63170 Aubière, FRANCE, is the developer and owner of Software Product known as MaPZone (the « Software »). MaPZone allows the user to create, use, modify procedural maps, textures and various media effects. Use of the software and data provided with MaPZone is subject to a licence granted by Allegorithmic, and/or other suppliers, to the end-user (hereinafter "Licensee"), for use in accordance with the following end-user license agreement. Please read this end-user license agreement carefully. Breaking the seal or opening the sleeve of the CD-ROM or DVD-ROM or memory card or pressing the "I agree" button for pre-installed or downloaded software means that you accept the terms and conditions of this agreement. In any case, by using the software, you accept these terms. For the purposes of this License, "Use" shall mean and include: 1.

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Platinum Arts Sandbox - Free Open Source 3D Video Game Maker & Game Design Creation Software/Tool 80+ Excellent Cinema 4D Tutorials and Best Practices CINEMA 4D is a 3-D application that is popular amongst matte painters in film production, largely due to the BodyPaint 3D functionality. It is equally popular amongst motion graphics artists, thanks to its excellent integration with compositing application pipelines, and a very artist-friendly, customizable workflow and interface. It has been used for films such as Chronicles of Narnia, Beowulf, Polar Express, Spiderman 3 and Monster House. CINEMA 4D’s intuitive interface and logical workflow make it possible for those new to 3D artistry to dive in and be productive quickly. It’s been weeks, since we have been Rounding-Up Excellent Cinema 4D Tutorials and Best Practices which can help you to create amazing 3D graphics. For those, who don’t know what is CINEMA 4D? The next generation, representing two decades of excellence. In this presentation, we present to you a Ultimate Round-Up of Excellent Cinema 4D Tutorials and Best Practices for igniting your creativity. Tutorials About C4D 01.

SoulburnScripts Would you like to be notified the next time I add scripts to this page? Join the SoulburnScripts Mailing List! Click here to Subscribe to the list. Click here to Unsubscribe. Send the resulting email (no subject or body necessary) and you'll be added. Introduction The SoulburnScripts for 3dsmax is a collection of scripts that I've written for my personal artwork at home. Warnings Feel free to install and use these scripts, however, I can't be held responsible for any problems that arise from their use. Installation All the scripts come packaged into a single zip file of interconnected scripts, SoulCollection3dsMax_v0xx_Rxx.zip, which includes all the scripts in the rest of the table below. The zip will then install a bunch of files and directories (Max 2013 to Max 2014, this example using Windows 7)... Usage All of these scripts are run as macroscripts, ie, as buttons, keyboard shortcuts, quad menus, etc, just go to Customize, Customize User Interface, category SoulburnScripts. Bugs

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Tutorial: Create Tileable Texutres Create tileable textures Hello, and welcome for this new tutorial. In this tutorial I’ll try to explain how you can make tileable textures, starting from photo material. This tutorial will be separated into 3 parts. 1. Here we go… 1. What does tileable mean? Some tips before we go on. The bad one has that yellow spot, that will make it look tilled, even when there is no seam. Back to our image. It has a line running true the middle, and one horizontal one, which I’ll use for the seams. Make a new file, with the following sizes: 1024*1024. Here is how we do this. As you can see, we have some very bright parts, and some very dark parts. Now why did we do this? Ok, time for the real work. Now on the other hand we have the Burn tool. NOTE make sure you don’t darken/lighten the outer edges of your canvas, since these are already a perfect match for our texture! This is what I get after some Photoshop work: In the right lower corner you see the original, in the centre the one I changed. 2. 3.

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