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  1. Hi, can anyone help?! So I've been working on a character for a while and I've just finished texturing it in 3DCoat. I have had to work on it in 3 different 3Dcoat files (Body, Armour and Boot) so my machine can handle it. I've wanted to move it in to blender to start rigging and add hair particles, so I've been using the 3DCoat Blender app link. For the most part it works perfectly accept for some certain objects. As you can see from the photos I've uploaded below in blender, the knuckle guards parts of the skin and the belt have weird texture errors. However when you look at them in 3dCoat there doesn't seem to be any errors. I've uploaded images of my export to blender settings to see if that could be the issue. Can anyone see what's causing this error and how to fix?! Much Appreciated
  2. At first I tried this with my complex model I've been trying to work with, and it would show up in every window but the sculpt window. I also tried it with a basic starter block to see if it was a problem with my model, the same thing happened, the model showed up in every window accept the sculpt window. This is unfortunate, because I was trying to do some surface sculpting. I have tried hiding and unhiding layers to no effect. Am I doing something wrong? Or is this a bug? I'm currently using Blender 2.92 with 3D Coat 4.9.60.
  3. Hi, I'm new to 3DCoat, and just discovered the applink functionality. I set up the built in plugin in blender as instructed, however it doesn't seem to interact with 3Dcoat and give me an import dialog like the videos. I'm using 3DCoat version 4.9.60 (consumer) downloaded from steam, and Blender 2.91.0, also downloaded from steam. I've done a lot of watching and re-watching the lessons on using the applink, and I can't actually get the two programs to talk to each other. Am I missing something?
  4. Hey I am using 3D coat version 4.9. I sculpted this desk in 3d Coat then took it into blender. In blender I used the applink to send it to 3d coat for Painting it, as shown in the top image, I send the desk back to blender, but the object seems to have no texture on it in the view port. The UVs all seem to be intact. I tried this method with the gun model too (sculpted in 3dcoat- taken to blender- painted in 3d coat) and it seemed to have been working fine. I have also attached an image of the shader editor. Thank you very much for your time. You may download the blend file here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/11QKtjRTN-r2zBM99MPgy2g6o_bHLq2xR/view?usp=sharing
  5. I made a model in Blender and baked a normal map for it in the same program. When I looked at the model in blender with the normal map on it everything looked as it was supposed to, but when I imported the object into 3D-Coat and put the same normal map on it I noticed that the smoothing on a few parts looked quite a lot different than in Blender. I then tried the same thing with a simple cube and noticed the same thing. Cube without Normal Map in Blender: Cube with Normal Map Blender: Cube with normal Map in 3D Coat: The import settings and the normal map settings are both set to Blender, but it still looks different in both programs. Is there a way to fix it or does the smoothing in both programs just work different and I should avoid smoothing my low poly mesh as much as possbile? Thanks in advance.
  6. I made the model and the normal map in Blender and am now importing those in 3D Coat (as .obj), but after I apply a smart material on the object there are some weird stretches happening as you can see in the following picture. The normal map I am importing + UV Map + Mesh looks as follows: I Does anybody know if there is some way to fix this problem directly in 3D Coat or if I have to change the mesh or the normal map in blender? Thanks in advance for the help.
  7. Hi guys! This is the topic for Simple3DCoat addon for Blender+3DCoat production. This is the fork of the official one made by Haikaikalle . - Installation: Copy the addon folder to the Blender \scripts\addons install folder. Features: - Set the "Exchange" folder of 3DCoat manually. - Custom Textures Path for export/import. - Export/Import through Obj/Fbx/Collada(Dae) formats. Note: Collada does not work on Linux. - ExportMaterials, ApplyModifiers checkboxes. - Simple to Use Screenshots: How To Use: - Enable the Addon and set "Exchange" folder of your 3DCoat. - Export/Import models. Current Version: 0.3.2 I finalize the Addon, as almost all features are added. Download: Last Sources from 16 Aug 2015: https://github.com/mifth/mifthtools/tree/master/blender/addons/io_simple_3dcoat Latest MifthTools Master Download (ZIP): https://github.com/mifth/mifthtools/archive/master.zip Wiki: http://wiki.blender.org/index.php/Extensions:2.6/Py/Scripts/Import-Export/3dcoat_Simple3DCoat_applink
  8. Hi, I exported 2 objects from my blender scene to 3dcoat by shift-selecting and using app link for 'per-pixel painting'. Both the objects are already unwrapped. But when transferred to 3dcoat, the bigger object has this noise, and upon inspecting I realized it has the materials but no UV's from my blend file.. any ideas what might be the issue here? P.S.: I've already tried treat materials as separate textures and Import tiles as UV sets but no luck
  9. Hey everyone... As I did not have much knowledge with 3d-coat in relation to Define Measurement Units and Edit Scene Scale. I started a project without paying attention to these two important settings that are found in the Geometry menu. I would like to ask the help of all of you to used this topic to explain the subject better and with that you would help others who use 3D-Coat. Doubt 1) In a project I'm working on, only now that I've realized that the values in the Edit Scene Scale are all changed as you can see in the image I've attached. If I change the value of SceneScale to 1 will what happens in my file? I would have problems if I change this value which is currently 137.963562 for 1? Could I change units from millimeters to meters? Because it is in millimeters... Could someone explain it better? Doubt 2) I realized that by default 3D-Coat uses millimeters. I would like to have a 1: 1 ratio between 3D-Coat and Blender because of a 3d print job and I also believe it will help in mesh workflow for animation and games. Currently in 3d-coat version 4.8.21, what would be the best configuration between 3d-coat and blender without there being any problems in the scale and positioning when it imports -> exports -> imports again for 3D-Coat? I realized that when I use these 2 programs, the scale almost always changes. Maybe because I do not know how to configure. Sometimes the sculpture when it returns to the 3d-coat comes either large or small and the pivot gets altered also causing the sculpture to be located in another position completely different from when I exported. I think using meters would be the best unit of measure because I've read that physical simulations, displacement maps and other things will be best produced when configured using actual measurements of the world in meters. How do you work with Measurement Units and How does the Edit Scene Scale work? Doubt 3) How to properly set up each project (for 3D print? for Games? for animation?) What would you advise for 3d-coat users in the initial scene setup within 3d-coat? Anyone who is knowledgeable in this subject, please share with the whole community about all of these subjects that I mentioned above. This is very important... Thank you for your attention and help.
  10. Hey everyone, This is thread to follow the development of a project that I have been developing called Gladiotron. It is an original project and hopefully the first of many. My pipeline consists primarily of Blender and 3D Coat, with some other applications for authoring PBR textures and then ending up in Unity. Our target platform is PC and Console initially, then possibly mobile afterwards. I have a few goals with this project. 1. To engage the 3d Coat and Blender communites 2. To share development progress on the art assets and the game 3. To work with the 3D Coat team in a similar way to the way the Blender Foundation creates film projects to drive the development of the application
  11. Hi friends. Here is my latest artwork. I needed something today to free my mind… So I’ve sculpted a bit in 3D Coat this morning and took the models to Blender 2.8 for a scene setup and make a small particle animation. All is rendered in Eevee, no post fx ! Just title was added in Photoshop. Materials are procedural, so no textures are used for the scene. Render time about 1:15 min / frame. Here’s a short break down, if you like to see the scene setup: Drop me a line if you have qustions. Best wishes Chris
  12. From the album: Artworks

    Sculpted in 3D Coat, rendered in Blenders realtime renderer Eevee.

    © Christoph Werner

  13. ebitz

    STRIK by Brom

    This is a 3d rendering of Brom's concept artwork "Strik" for his card game "The Dark Ages". Modeled in 3D Coat and Blender. All Texturing was done in 3D Coat using smart materials. Some baking done in Blender and some in 3D Coat. Rendered using Cycles, and posed using Rigify addon (Nathan Vegdahl, Lucio Rossi, Ivan Cappiello) inside of Blender.
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