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Old 11-08-2007, 06:27 AM   #1
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Default planer texturing

Hi,

I'm trying to planer map a stove.
I've applied oven face to the front of the polycube.
Then I tried to apply range top on the top. But it gives me the same image of oven face.
I've attached the screenshot.

Is there a way to apply different image file on the top?

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Old 11-08-2007, 06:36 AM   #2
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Default Re: planer texturing

Originally posted by skyjay
Hi,

I'm trying to planer map a stove.
I've applied oven face to the front of the polycube.
Then I tried to apply range top on the top. But it gives me the same image of oven face.
I've attached the screenshot.

Is there a way to apply different image file on the top?

Thanks.
Automatic UV mapping then you can arrange what you want in Photoshop
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1 Create a shader for each texture file.

2 Select the oven
right click and change to face selection then select only the faces you want to texture then planer map those faces only.

3 Only with those faces selected go to the hypershade and right click on the texture file you need and click on Assign Material to Selection.

Repeat steps 2 and 3 for the other faces and textures you need.
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It is easy to automap and arrange his textures in Photoshop but you are the man :p
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