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Kalo Shin

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#1 8 years ago

Yellow' everyone, finally made that tutorial I said I was going to make. In this tutorial, we'll be UVing and texturing an Old Republic Turret.

turretrender.jpg

UVing your turret

http://www.filefront.com/17165276/Kalos-tut-pt1.zip/

Texturing your turret after the fact http://www.filefront.com/17165328/Kalos-tut-pt-2.rar/

Included is the UV'ed turret, a not UV'ed turret for those that want to learn how. And my PSD for the turret. For those that wonder why I didn't mention how to resize said texture at the end, I forgot. Sorry, go to Image -> Image size, and size it down as needed.

This is best viewed in Windows Media Player 9.




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#2 8 years ago

Good tut's Kalo. Thanks very much. The UV tut didn't have anything i didn't already know but definitaly worth a look. The terxturing tut was very helpfull. I'll be using your tricks in the future to Kalo things up ;) Too bad i use Paint Shop Pro instead of Photoshop but i'm sure most things will be the same. I've been looking for a grunge brush ike you're using for ages. Woul'd you mind posting those too.




Kalo Shin

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#3 8 years ago

grunges.jpg

I don't use these as much anymore, I actually forgot I still even had them. But these are grunge brushes by Screaming Cricket. If you want to do use them, cut up the two and use PSPs define brush tool, I'm not entirely sure how PSP works. But in PS I can just select one of the two with my selection tool and tell it to define a brush.

The UV tutorial I figured I'd include as well, because it was a relatively simple object and I'm sure some people would want to figure out how to do it.




Roland Senes

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#4 8 years ago

I'm watching your tutorial 2, and I have an advise for you: do not change the opacity of UV layer in photoshop, just change the layer's style to "screen" and the black color will not be shown. I think it will help you to work faster and to make a lot of good textures (like some I've saw in the tutorial 2) :D By the way, agreed with Warb: good tutorials :D




Burntstrobe

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#5 8 years ago

Thank you, this will be most helpful.