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Texturing in DeepPaint - The Basics
Added on: Sun Nov 21 2004
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Correcting Seams II.

I would show a bit more advanced way now to correct seams. As I have mentioned previously there is an other very visible seam on the geometry, where the two half of the animal was combined. (This is clearly visible on the forehead, so let's see, how could we get rid of it.)

First of all we have to switch to projection mode by clicking on the icon we have done previously. (previous page.)

We have possibility to transfer this projection mode canvas into Photoshop. We must be carefull though not to change any of the layer's names meanwhile we are working in PS, because when we import the edited projection mode document back to DP, the software is going to try to restore the layer components based on the naming of the layers. So if you merge or delete layers and therefore the names are lost, then you wont be able to use the work you have done in PS.

Unfortunatelly the above mentioned feature is not working with Photoshop CS, and I have not heard about any patches to correct this bug.

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