This is just an easy way to UV map parts of you LWO's to add detail to you models.bowen on 8:16AM Tue, 02 September 2003
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This is a really quick tutorial on how you can get some of the detail back into your model when using sub patches...bowen on 9:18PM Tue, 21 October 2003
First learn how to use Displacement Maps to create terrains and then learn how to bring your land to life by growing some grass on it using the SasLite plugin :)Good for anyone who doesn't know how to make grass in Lightwave or hasn't worked with Displacement Maps before :)
This tutorial explains how you can use Bryce quickly and easily create dramatic, curved horizons to make images that appear to have been made from the upper atmosphere or beyond. (This tutorial works in Bryce 4 & 5)padawanNick on 10:14PM Fri, 07 November 2003
This tutorial explains how to use UV Mapper or UV Mapper Pro to create texture templates for models that use more than one texture map. It also contains tables that show which material zones appear on the head, body, or other templates for Poser 5 models (Don, Judy, Will and Penny), and for the DAZ figures.
A mega-tutorial (spanning 3 pages) taking the user from building a refrigerator (in Lightwave) to UV mapping (in UV Mapper) to importing and scaling (in Poser).Some basic knowledge of Lightwave is needed, but not required- the tutorial explains which tools to use (and where they are located).
This tutorial describes how to use UV Mapper Classic (free version) or UV Mapper Professional to create templates for models that have multiple texture maps. Also includes several images that show which materials appear on each texture map for all Poser 5 figures, as well as DAZ figures (Victoria 1, 2 and 3; Michael 1, 2 and 3; Millenium Kids; and Millenium Baby)