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Old 30-06-2006, 01:54 AM   #16
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Good work esion! This is coming along nicely! I really like his red skin and the bump effect that you have going on on his belly.

Well done mate!

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He sure is cute! :-)
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Hey Esion,
A good idea is to bake out your light/shadow map with a lambert shader applied after you UV'ed. I found it to be so much easier to texture when you actually have it baked out, you can see the actual model, making it easier to see where you're painting.
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