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Texel Density for game art

By Tim Diaz
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Date Added: 5th December 2013
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(ID: 237815, pid: 0) Alec on Fri, 06 December 2013 3:30pm
Great article, thanks for writing it. I have one question though, is it similar in Maya when setting up the units? I think you just change the units to inches by the looks of it, but I want to check that this is all that needs doing? Preferences>Working Units>Linear:Inches
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(ID: 237717, pid: 0) Josh Taylor on Fri, 06 December 2013 1:25am
Great article. Thanks!
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