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star wars BD-1

Posted: Thu Jul 25, 2019 7:43 pm
by pixelion8
Hello everyone !
Long time no see! I was learning zbrush for a while.
Here is my new work. I wan't to recreate the robot from star wars fallen order.
But I came across some dificulties so I am looking for your wisedom.
here is my work on max : the parts in black are mirrored.
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My UV's:
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and with some texture checker : the left side is duplicated on the right side
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then I did the high poly in zbrush:
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Then I decimated it and exported it to performed the bake in substance painter.
But I have an issue with the parts mirrored on the body. (not the leg. They worked great)

here:
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I will post next the world normal map wich I find very explicit. (doing a bake right now on substance in 8K...)
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I even tried (after the "smoothing groups from UV shell" to put the same smoothing group as the original side... still the same mistake !

So the first probleme is this mirrored piece.
The second one is that I put everything on one UV layout !
So I have very small parts and huge ones in the same UV map.
I think I get some errors when I want to put some edge wear and tear because on the small it doesn't seems to find them ?
what do you think ?
Thanks

Re: star wars BD-1

Posted: Mon Jul 29, 2019 3:44 am
by Netraraj
Just check whether the uv exactly matches its overlapping part or not?
Try to bake without splitting the uv,
if Mirror is a must then split it from the between,

Do let us know about your great looking project

Re: star wars BD-1

Posted: Fri Aug 09, 2019 2:06 pm
by pixelion8
Netraraj wrote:
Mon Jul 29, 2019 3:44 am
Just check whether the uv exactly matches its overlapping part or not?
Try to bake without splitting the uv,
if Mirror is a must then split it from the between,

Do let us know about your great looking project
Hi, thanks for your reply. I tried everything but unfortunatly I didn't found a solution about this particular issu.
Fortunatly I manage to finish my project: :icon_partyparrot_a:
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If you wan't to see the 3D viewer and more photos : https://www.artstation.com/artwork/Vd9Ko4