This is an excellent tutorial with very helpful reference images that will help anyone who has to mess with UV Mapping the Poser figures. :) Great job.
Thanks for the tutor.
Could you give me the key for brackets [ and ] on MACIntosh ??
Though I can't tell you directly (I don't have a a Mac), I may be able to tell you where you can find it. Hopefully you have an equivalent shortcut keys command that will tell you the equivalent.
In UV Mapper Classic, choose Help > Hotkeys, and look for "Hide Selected Faces" and "Show Selected Faces."
If someone can locate the Mac shortcuts here, would you be so kind as to post a comment? Thanks in advance! Denise
That was absolutely the best Poser/UVMapper template tutorial that I have read! Thank you so much for making it very clear, concise, and easy to follow.
Wow! Such an excellent tutorial! Thank you for sharing! :)
I wanted to thank you for such a useful, well-written tutorial! I have been building fairly complex models in Wings3D and many of the tips you included here apply to mapping any 3D models, not just Poser figures. I also have Poser, so this comes in handy there too! Thanks, Danamo
Great tutorial!! unfortunately I read it quickly and now that I'm back to take a better look I see for some reason we can't click to "next" and can't see the rest of the tutorial, My question was....there was some special function we had to do after saving the maps seperately, to save without the maps actually saving all jumbled back together, could you repeat that step please? Thanks , Cheers, Roger
You have to check the "Exclude Hidden Facets" option before you save the texture.
Okay great!! Thank you very much!! Cheers, Roger
brilliant, now i can make the templates, now if i could just find a tutorial on making the actual textures themselves id be set!
Well written, easy to understand. Thanks so much for this tutorial. I just got UV Mapper Pro and your tutorial has been extremely helpful.
thanks for detail&kindfull tutorial~!
Seraphim, check out Mercy Too's tutorial on Mat Pose Edit 3, a free program that does exactly what you want- create the MAT files from jpg textures/images. Between these two programs you'll be good to go!
I have been trying for too long to figure this out. I swear I'm blowing you a kiss right now!
Do you know of a mac version for mat editing?
Hey Deecey, thanks a lot for this! :) - Even in 2009 (years later!) this tute helps get a basic understanding of using UVMapper to make templates. In my case it was for making some for Nursoda's cute characters. - Before your tute I just couldn't 'get it' with how to use the free UVMapper Classic. So a big *HUG* from me! :D --- Incidentally, if anyone needs to keep a copy of Deecey's tute, use the 'printer friendly' option link at the top of the page ( http://www.renderosity.com/mod/tutorial/index.php?print=472 ) and you'll get a single page that's easy to save off and read at a glance.