Thursday, 21 October 2010

UVmaster-wicked stuff


Right if anyone has ever worked on any 3d projects, you will know about the trouble you can have with unpacking uv's. Sometimes you can go around it quickly and sometimes its a long and hard process of manually unfolding it all out and puzzling it back together to get feasible results.
This process is crucial in the creation of realistic 3d models so you can properly pain textures in photoshop for your model.
New in Zbrush 4 is uv master, its a plug in that generates them automatically and easily. just paint the area red that you want protected and blue for where you want the seams, press unwrap and there you have it , a near perfectly unwrapped uv island. With a small amount of tweaking, and i mean small, you have a production ready
uv island in Minuit's.

42 comments:

  1. dude this is just real good work :-)

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  2. Really sweet prgram, would love to work with it. :D

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  3. Nice work, this is getting better and better each day. Can't wait to see the finished version :)

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  4. That's some next level shit right there. Keep it up, i'll be back.

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  5. its really lookin good, keep up the good work

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  6. Looks like you master this technologies. Congratulations!

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  7. damn that plugin sounds nice

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  8. Wow...This is amazing to actually see. I tend to only work with the finished project. haha

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  9. reminds me of early Kraftwerk CGI :)

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  10. Sorry, have never worked with 3d. Couldn't you post some on how to work with 3d? I bet that would be super interesting! :D

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  11. Nice, makes it look easy haha

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  12. Looks pretty awesome. I can't wait to try it =D Thanks for posting this so I know about it xD =]

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  13. I can't wait to see how this develops

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  14. thanks for posting this ... very informative

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  15. Can't wait to start doing this type of stuff myself.

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  16. I wish I could create this, ohwell I guess I'll just follow you ;)

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  17. wow, this looks epic ! I always wanted to learn 3d modeling :D :D

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  18. since a few years i try to get into photoshopping and stuff like that...no success until now.

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  19. Sounds like a really neat and useful plugin.

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  20. Wow, that's pretty amazing. Great find. Following and looking forward to more.

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  21. wow, that takes epic skills to be able to make that

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  22. wow been playin with this for a while thanks for sharing the info

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  23. Very cool stuff, i remember doing this a few years ago but i didnt get very good

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  24. fuck the only 3d i can handle is CAD.all these other commenters are obviously ignorant to the things you post. I feed of it homie. Gimme more

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  25. I tried to learn 3dstudiomax when I was younger, but I sucked so bad, and I gave up :P

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  26. Looks pretty intense brah, good luck

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  27. Can't wait to see the finished article, looks awesome

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  28. my flash plug in keeps crashing when I'm here ... not sure why ... grrr

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