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KillersNight

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  1. KillersNight

    What am I lacking for realism?

    Okay... thanks. I will try it out. Did you paint your model? They look really good if they are just shaders. I found the liveclay tool, and probably need time to learn it, but what do you mean by removestretching brushes? Thanks for your help
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    What am I lacking for realism?

    Thanks for the advise! Yeah I do realise the details I am missing. I will study more and try to incorporate it for my next project, hopefully. Are your models sculpted in 3D-coat? If so does it mean you will need a powerful computer to run the high resolution voxels for the details? Or is there other ways than just using high resolution?
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    What am I lacking for realism?

    Hi guys. I am posting this for help and advise. I have been modeling human characters in 3d-coat, then rendering a scene with them in blender. But i just keep noticing that my characters aren't close to real, they look more like mannequins. Am i just lacking something, or am i just fundamentally wrong?? would really appreciate some advise for this... Here are some of my recent works (hair is done with blender hair emitter) Thanks
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    Exporting UV from 3D-coat to Blender

    Not sure where 'smooth group' is, but i think the problem was because i had my 'coarse mesh' turned on when i exported the model. I tried on a different model with out that on and it turned out fine. Thanks for the help
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    Exporting UV from 3D-coat to Blender

    I only had the normal map and the diffuse texture on. Yeah i realised UV don't effect the mesh. The only problem i am having is that Blender imports the model with deformations, and i can't fix that.
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    Exporting UV from 3D-coat to Blender

    Hello guys, I have used 3D-coat for a year now, but haven't actually tried out a lot of stuff. Mainly i have only revolve around the voxel room. I have recently downloaded and tried Blender, and it was amazing to me. But I wasn't going to give up 3D-coat, and looked for ways to link them. For the first few times, I have just imported the object straight from Voxel room, (usually 1 500 000 poly or above), and it is terrible to work with in Blender. I found out that i should autopo the model before hand, which i tried, but though the model turn out fine in the paint room, after exporting into Blender it was horrible. I tried UV mapping the model myself, but it didn't change a thing. What am I doing wrong? Really appreciate some help... T_T Model in the paint room which looks fine I only got the default and i didnt save the UV map i did, cuz it made no difference Model in Blender with the deformed mesh circled
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