Hey, i have several zbrush alphas that i want to use in 3dc . Is there an easy way to remap the height for depth.
Zbrush is black to white depth and 3dc is 50%grey zero depth for height map .
I found this but though if there was an easier way to do this.
THanks in advance!
Thanks for being open about this, and for all your work so far. Given that blender is getting so much attention it would be a pity if the bridge between 3DC and B3D wouldn't be seamless. Does @Andrew Shpagin
have any ideas for this perhaps? I feel that quite a few artists choose these two in combo for serious work (Okay I'm biased I admit
Good luck with Uni. I hope you find an opportunity to use 3Dcoat in your studies. For example I think that taking notes in 3D is the future (of sillyness :P ) But imagine sculpting math functions in the voxel room okay, enough of this!
Thought I'd check out the new curves tool but I'm using beta for the SL. on YT liek this one.
In the videos on 4.9 release, it shows that after you've enabled the curves from prefs then create them, right click on one of them; you should get a menu to perform a sweep etc. but I don't have that in -SL.
Before right click then menu shown in -SL after right click.
Searched around GUI but I'm not able to make a simple sweep etc. Cheers.
Quick update about me. I went back to school. I started in University of applied sciences. So my time is limited because all the work I need to do for my school.
I'm still interested to update applink addon but the update cycle is going to be slower in my part. There is some issues with the applink and the latest blender version
and I have plans to address them but I can't give any date when that's going to happen. If there is someone who would like to continue to develop this addon, I more than happy
to help him/her to get started with this addon.
But... but i'm trying! I'm trying to figure out what is the best way to use 3d-coat for non-PBR workflow.
I wasn't aware that non-pbr workflow in the 4.x.x line is "close*, but not the same" as an old 3.x non-pbr workflow. I didn't know that at all!
It is important for me too, because this is the thing i study right now.