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  1. Here's another video on Sculpting with Volumetric Materials.
  2. Hi All, This is just a sneak peek at how I've been approaching sculpting with Dynamic Materials. It feels like a natural way to sculpt. Not all models, but it's been great for naturalistic props with natural or organic materials. I plan to make a more Indepth video. -Alex
  3. There is so much power working in this new way. I know it's still early, but it has changed how I think about building up a textured surface in voxels. The only drawback is if I want sharp details in my textures, I have to increase the voxel density quite a bit. I might be missing something, so if anyone has any suggestions to capturing high levels of detail in the texture, but not go too crazy on the voxel density, I would love to hear how I can achieve that. Anyway, here's an example where I constructed a simple board but put it together with voxel paint depth and started adding wear to it in a very, natural and non-destructive way. Thanks to the 3D Coat geniuses for adding this feature. can't wait to see where you take it next!
  4. Hi All, I've finally got around to playing with the volumetric painting feature. It's really incredible and can't wait to see this evolve. Anyway, I know there have been some videos already shared, but I thought I would share yet another video. Cheers! Also, I wanted to give a shout out to @Silas Merlin who has helped inspire me with his videos as well.
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