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Im sculpting in 3Dcoat, but my texturing needs to be done in Substance Painter. Heres a retopo of my fish. The gills are the main problem. The gills are three separate pieces of topology, that cause all sorts of trouble when baking When baking, Im left with this mess in the paint room. How Do I solve this? Is it perhaps possible to bake the fish, gills excluded? Then maybe bake the gills by themselves, then combine this UV-maps? Or any workflow tip to stop the holes? The gills themselves are not larger than the body, so I thought they wouldnt cut through and cause any issues
I'm having a problem or difficulty with the "Separate Hidden Part" option. When I hide a piece, with the Surface Hide Tool, and try to make it come back as a separate volume, it wont come back. Not even the dialog box opens.
I am totally knew to 3d coat but it seemed just what i needed for character texturing at the time. before i start learning more than the basics i want to know if i can export my model(textured in 3dcoat) with a separate material and diffuse/normal map for the feet, torso, head, skin... if so how? thanks oh and i dont want to have to seraprate my character into objects