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Character Creation for Video Games

By Luis Antonio
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Date Added: 27th October 2010
Software used:
3ds Max, ZBrush


Part 6

Final step of the model creation. Texture work in Photoshop and any additional tweaks to the low poly geometry to support the textures:
**Create base texture for head
**Create base texture for hair
**Create base texture for shirt and tie
**Create base texture for trousers
**Create base texture for shoes
**Clean up and review textures



Part 7

Review the model and any changes that were made in the end. Overviewof additional texture and geometry tweaks and what could be improved:
**Geometry changes
**Texture changes
**Normal map editing
**Conclusion



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(ID: 47535, pid: 0) Skicher on Sun, 07 August 2011 5:38am
A bit late but, to answer the guy above. If you assign a texture to a mesh and the open that texture on photoshop or similar, if you don't change the name or move the file to another location. The texture auto-updates everytime you save in photoshop.
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(ID: 39787, pid: 0) AssassinDUDE on Fri, 08 April 2011 10:03am
wow. very helpfull I learned a lot thank you ;-) but how does the texture update in photoshop and max ? or is it just to fast so you can´t see that you defining the new dif ?
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(ID: 26385, pid: 0) Abducted47 on Thu, 04 November 2010 2:15pm
Where can i find the blueprints of this tutorial???
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(ID: 51582, pid: 818816) Pables (Forums) on Thu, 28 October 2010 11:59am
Thanks Jo.
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(ID: 164769, pid: 818816) Pables (Forums) on Thu, 28 October 2010 11:59am
Thanks Jo.
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(ID: 51581, pid: 818811) Jo-3DT (Forums) on Thu, 28 October 2010 10:58am
Here you go: [url]http://artofluis.com/[/url]Enjoy :)
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(ID: 164768, pid: 818811) Jo-3DT (Forums) on Thu, 28 October 2010 10:58am
Here you go: [url]http://artofluis.com/[/url]Enjoy :)
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(ID: 51580, pid: 818676) Pables (Forums) on Wed, 27 October 2010 12:53pm
Wow, looks promising. I'm gonna watch it.I can't find the author's website or portfolio, would you mind to post it here?
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(ID: 164767, pid: 818676) Pables (Forums) on Wed, 27 October 2010 12:53pm
Wow, looks promising. I'm gonna watch it.I can't find the author's website or portfolio, would you mind to post it here?
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