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Joan of Arc: Mapping of Armour

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Now for the thigh armor.

The red part will be ID 3 and the remainder will be ID 2.

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With the UVs corrected the result is in the viewport with smoothing.

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The knee protection with the red ID 3 and the remainder in ID 2. For materials, a planar map for each one.

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The UV adjusted and smoothed object.

Side protection with the ID 3 in red and the remainder in ID 2. There are two planar maps.

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To the top left UVs as crude parts and on the top right after adjustments.
To the right with the part smoothed.

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The large piece of the bust armor.
To the red faces apply ID 3 and the remainder ID 2.


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Select the faces with the ID 2 (select by ID) and apply a Spherical Map. The use of such mapping seems curious but it is this type of mapping that will give us fewer final adjustments.

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For the neck, use a Cylindrical Map.
(It is far more effective on this part).

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Hide the faces with ID 2.

The left picture shows, the faces of Shoulder Protection selected. Apply a Cylindrical Map to this selection with the seam facing down.

For the decoration on the chest, apply a Planer Map.





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