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  1. Hey everyone. What I would like to talk about is very IMPORTANT. I would like to share with you all 5 features (videos) that are very important and extremely essential in the sculpting process that unfortunately do not exist in 3D-Coat. In all honesty, these 5 features, with all my experience, are urgent features that could be present for artists who use 3D-Coat to sculpt and detail their work. I do not have words to describe how these 5 features would change our work within 3D-Coat. I discovered that these features already exist and work perfectly in Blender. And frankly, I am very sad to know that these key features do not exist in 3D-Coat and would certainly make all the difference in our work. I quit all my work, and for three days consecutives, after a lot of work and a lot of effort (because I do not speak English fluently), I finally managed to do the 5 videos after many failures trying. Note: I tried to leave the videos with short durations and very objective. I've done these videos demonstrating and explaining in the best possible way so that you can realize the importance of having these features urgently. These videos are sorted and numbered by what I consider to be priorities for the top 5 features that do not exist in 3D-Coat. Even after a lot of effort and work to make the videos, I know it will be worth it. I believe and I hope that @Andrew Shpagin will watch all 5 videos and realize how important it is to have these 5 important and essential features for 3D-Coat's Brushes and Alphas system for us artists. In fact, the order of priorities would be: 1.Plane Offset - 2.Sample Bias - 3.Curve FallOff - 4.Size - 5.Adjust ---> 1. Plane Offset ---> 2. Sample Bias ---> 3. Curve FallOff ---> 4. Size ---> 5. Adjust I've already emailed Andrew with these videos and I'm expecting some response. Please, if you like and agree, help me to help you too, please contact Andrew asking for the implementation of these features. Thank you very much for your attention.
  2. IO1

    Fine details?

    Hello 3D coat community could you tell me which tools i need to use to get the sort of fine line detailing around the panels in the picture i have posted. Could i get the detailing that thin and sharp using curve pen tools if so which tool or tools would you suggest? Thanks IO.
  3. Hey Guys, I created a Free collection of Sci-Fi Alpha Brushes that you use in your projects. You can download them at the link below Enjoy!! http://www.learn3dsoftware.com/50_Free_Sci_Fi_Alpha_Brushes.htm
  4. New Tutorial- 3D Coat 3.7-StarFighter Detailing Volume #2 -Color Maps http://www.learn3dso..._color_maps.htm In this training video Instructor Adam Gibson shows how to detail a Spacefighter model that was created in Lightwave using 3D Coat's powerful normal mapping and painting tools. Learn how to take simple models and create complex surface geometry like Sci-Fi panels, vents, pipes, rivets, and all kinds of gadgets and nurnies. In this second volume on Color Maps you will learn how create realistic looking weathered down hull along with battle damage. Grunge, Dirt, Corrosion, Dirt Streaks, Laser Blast /Battle Damage. Tips and tricks on how to use the different brush types along with alpha brush collections is covered in great detail. The concepts learned from this video can be used for all sorts of other projects like machinery, vehicles of all types, and architecture. Great for detailing hard surface models, but not limited to. You can also apply what you learned for organic objects as well. Also included is a Free Alpha Brush Collection created by Lightwave Artist "Kevin Phillips". This a Grunge and Weathering Alpha Brush set that is perfect for Sci-Fi detailing. Table of Contents for Volume #1-Normal Maps Chapter 1- Intro Chapter 2- Adding a Base Metal Layer Chapter 3- Adding a New Paint Dirt Layer Chapter 4- Paint Brush Alphas Chapter 5- Layer Blending and Layer Emboss Chapter 6- Paint Chipped Panels Chapter 7- Painting the Vents Chapter 8- Dirt Between the Panels Chapter 9- Blaster Tip Burns Chapter 10- Dirt Streaks Chapter 11- Stains Chapter 12- Blast and Damage Marks Chapter 13- Corrosion Chapter 14- How to Export Color and Normal Maps from 3D Coat Chapter 15- Importing the Spacefighter into Lightwave's Layout with all Maps Chapter 16- Final Render in Lightwave Running Time: 3 hrs. 53 min. High Quality (Screen-Res:1920 x 1080 pixels) MP4 Video Level: Beginner & Up
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