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Old 09-12-2005, 01:14 AM   #1
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Default UVs and Photoshop


I saw the "texture basic" tutorial, and Mike used and UV map on photoshop to create the texture... now here lies my question...
he didnt explained how he got the UV map on Photoshop :hug:

how can i do that?? :headbang:

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What do is you go to polygons-uv snapshot. But you have to have the objects selected.
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how would you do this using maya 7 ??
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The same way as the above image, that's what software it is
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