Member davide445 Posted December 12, 2021 Member Report Share Posted December 12, 2021 (edited) Looking at the new Atomontage service where is possibile to visualize medical volumetric anatomic models such as this one (from Visible Human Body project) Since 3d Coat can actually sculpt volumes I think will be possible to add volumetric shapes to an already volumetric (i.e. STL) model. What I was asking myself is if will be possible (or already available on 3d Coat) to actually paint on these volumetric shapes to add colors and details, and next export that as 3d textures. Not meaning vertex painting that actually paint the surface of the shape (even if with the benefit of not needing UV map), but where you actually paint a volume so to create a 3D texture, adding color to vexels, such as in this case I found an old thread from Andrew about voxel painting or vertex painting, I suppose the second prevails. My reasoning is being able to add details to an anatomic model in a multiscale form, having geometries that can later be painted in 3D to add details. Volumetric rendering engine such as Atomontage will be able next to render the volume with his 3D texture. Edited December 12, 2021 by davide445 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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