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Old 24-02-2003, 04:38 PM   #1
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Hi, does anybody know if it's possible to give an object more that on UV set, I would like to define my characters beard with fur, so I want to have the parts that are gonna have fur as one uv set and the rest of the head as another, is this possible?

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Speak of the devil: http://www.forum.simplymaya.com/show...&threadid=4185

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Thanks man, thats just what I needed!
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Now I know how to apply different uv sets is it possible to tell your materials or fur which uv set to use?

I tried applying fur to a plane which had two uv sets and that worked well, but where the fur was placed it was showing the texture I had applied to the other uv set ( just a wood texture ),
ideally I want the fur to grow over the uv's i've assingned it to but without having any texture showing through from the other uv set! is this possible?

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I am unable to help you on fur. Hopefully someone else can...
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