Post by photowizard17 on Oct 11, 2021 21:28:47 GMT -5
I am trying to make a head tattoo that has writing and I found when I imported it into S4S it went all weird and crooked. I was wondering is there a way to fix that? I had it once with a one letter head tattoo I made and it needed some serious modification (rotating, redrawing, erasing) before it aligned properly. I am just hoping there is an easier way to fix it as this one has a lot of text.
I am fairly new to S4S and would appreciate any help.
link to the tumblr post I made about it because I can't get a photo to upload.
Right-click your image and choose open image in new tab, copy the URL and click the little button at the top of the message box that has a photograph icon. Enter your URL and the image will show up in your post.
I think perhaps this texture will help as it shows the way the mesh is laid out. The texture for male, child, and toddler are here.
I'm afraid my help is only partial help. Hopefully, someone who knows more will jump in.
- make the head selectable, select it; - in the texture tab click on a new slot and press New to create a new one, then press New to create a new image. Make it 1024x2048 and set Alpha to 0; - switch to Texture paint, choose Slots, switch to the new image; - optionally you can also choose it in the uv editor
Here is how to project the texture (the author is using a newer version of blender, but I showed above where these tabs are in the old version
Last Edit: Oct 12, 2021 3:34:52 GMT -5 by mauvemorn
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