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Old 04-09-2003, 08:29 PM   #1
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Hi there,

I've finally FINALLY managed to texture a simple low model poly properly using UV mapping via the Digital-Tutor video. However, whatever texture I load ends up being really blurred and low detail on my model.

What am I doing wrong? Does anyone know how I can increase the detail on my texture?

Thanks for any info. Jeez, why does this have to be so hard?

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Gagh......fixed it. The normal view window makes the textures all blurry...when rendering it looks okay. Sorry!
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