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Old 02-08-2005, 06:57 PM   #1
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how can i create a good bump map. what is the way you use.
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what is it you are making a bump map of?
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i am making a bump map of that but i want to know how you make a bump map of every thing.do you use brush in photoshop...
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Do you know what UV texture editing is?
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yeah and i know how to uv map my character but i just would like to know whats the way you use to create a good bump map.
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Use Photoshop.. white and black are inner bumps and outer bumps..
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so you use brush from photoshop to create your bump map...ok thanx
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you can download different brushes from the net, like for example grunge brushes if you want a dirty look etc. makes life abit easier than using the basic photoshop circle :p
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