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adamgibson
03-02-2011, 10:48 PM
3D Coat 3.5 for Lightwave Users-Photo Painting I-Paint an Elephant Using Photos

http://www.learn3dsoftware.com/3dc_35_lightwave_users_photo_paint_1.htm

In this tutorial 3D Coat Instructor Adam Gibson demonstrates the powerful photo painting tool-set inside of 3D Coat. Sometimes in order to create the most photo-realistic and life-like looking characters you need to use real photos of animals/creatures to create the illusion. Also this can be a huge time saver as trying to paint a texture from scratch can be very tedious, time-consuming, and require great skill. Learning how to use the photo-painting tool can save hours and hours of texturing work and speed up your work-flow. So if you are looking for a quick way to texture your creatures and animals this is the training course for you.

Table of Contents for Photo Painting I
Chapter 1- Intro
Chapter 2- Organizing/Prepping Photos for Painting
Chapter 3- Setting Up/Importing the Character Mesh in 3D Coat
Chapter 4- Photo Painting Tool Basics
Chapter 5- Creating a Base Texture (Part One)
Chapter 6- Creating a Base Texture (Part Two)
Chapter 7- Painting the Ears
Chapter 8- Painting the Front of the Head and Trunk
Chapter 9- Painting the Back and Side of the Trunk
Chapter 10- Painting the Side of the Head
Chapter 11- Painting the Bottoms of the Feet
Chapter 12- Painting the Toes of the Front Feet
Chapter 13- Painting the Toes of the Rear Feet
Chapter 14- Painting the Side of the Legs and the Body
Chapter 15- Painting the Side, Top, and Bottom of the Body
Chapter 16- Painting the Inner Legs
Chapter 17- Painting the Back of the Knees and Front of the Legs
Chapter 18- Painting the Tusks
Chapter 19- The Darken Tool
Chapter 20- Merging All the Layers and the Lighten Tool
Chapter 21- Toe Nail Clean Up Work
Chapter 22- Exporting to Lightwave 3D and Test Renders in Layout

http://www.learn3dsoftware.com/3dc_35_lightwave_users_photo_paint_1.htm

Level: Beginner
Running Time: 4 hrs 29 mins.
Screen Resolution: 1440 x 900 pixels
Video Format: Quicktime Video