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Since I've been using 3DCoat, mainly for unwrapping and PBR painting, my objects look way better and I lose far less time with less well thought soft. Nevertheless, I still have some issues using it, one of them being what's explained in the title and you can witness easily in the screenshot attached : The 3D mesh's color in the viewport looks fine. Textures exported will have the proper colors. The texture I just exported and loaded in the "Color Palette" in order to easily and quickly pick colors looks fine, BUT the same texture in the "Texture Editor" have redish colors. And I had this issue with all the meshes I did using 3DCoat. Except for the imported normal maps, there's no depth or glossiness, I only used color for this mesh. But still : the texture editor, very convenient because you can paint in 2D there (but symmetry doesn't work in this window, that sucks), shows me wrong colors. Which is very disturbing. No relation with AmbiantOcclusion or Curvature Layers, I tried already. Could someone please explain me the reason why ? Or even better a trick or something I might have missed that explains and fix this issue ? Thanks in advance to anyone who could help ! Cheers, Hansolocambo. https://sketchfab.com/hansolocambo/models
I was wondering about vertex colors. 3D Coat can paint layers great. I'm looking to do vertex colors as show in a random link for example. I'm not sure where the vertex colors are stored alongside a material channel. I just know they get exported with it but not as a material to show for rendering in this case. Is it possible to export like this. I know there is some software though thet will bake the texture to vertex. Would this be the process, or is there an option for this in 3D Coat upon export? http://mtnphil.wordpress.com/2011/10/18/wind-animations-for-vegetation/