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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
Fifteen posted a topic in 3DCoatHi everyone, New user here on the final days of a try out, I really want to buy 3dcoat as I think it would be good for our future projects and have been very impressed with its capabilities. I have a quick question that i'm having problems with though that i would like to sort before going a head, i sure its just down to my inexperience with the software. Going from 3dcoat to unity, I'm getting a 'stepping' effect on the normal maps i export that i'm not seeing in the 3dcoat view, it looks like some result of the voxel process i'm an guessing by the pattens it make. My work flow was sculpt with voxels, Went over to surface mode, done a little work there, smoothing etc Rough auto retopo, default settings painted where I wanted detail etc paint room, whole layer filled with a metallic look export mesh and texture, unity settings in unity using stander shader added the normal map Also i'm on mac if thats anything i've added some screen shots of what i mean, please note the unity one is the stander shader with just the normal map applied I'm sure its just me being rubbish, any help to get me in the right direction would be really cool. I've really been enjoying my time with 3dcoat, and look forward to nagging all my artist friend to get it
aaronmcavinue posted a topic in 3DCoatSee the attached image -- very helpful. As you can see, the mesh is unwrapped neatly, and there isn't much information on the layers, but they are still acquiring some kind of grungy artifacts (which don't appear to be from a low-res texture or something). I'm not using any alphas, just the standard brush, and no smart materials. Any idea what is going on & how to fix it? Thanks in advance! Aaron