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    Texturing Help

    Hello all! I was wondering if there is a good texturing program that isn't too difficult to learn. A lot of my friends say Photoshop CS4 which i have, but i can't find any decent texturing tutorials out there that are thorough and simple to follow. If anyone knows how to texture in Photoshop really well, can you please send me a step-by-step tutorial on where to begin. I hope this isn't too much to ask and thanks for your time guys.---Nick

    #2
    It really is too much to ask. With search engines, youtube, DVDs, online community, and so forth just readily availible to anyone willing to put in a few minutes to just look themselves. Nevertheless, http://wiki.polycount.com/TexturingTutorials

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      #3
      Unfortunately this doesn't really help and I've already been on Polycount and the tutorials still don't answer my question. It's not like i came onto these forums asking questions before even doing research. I've done the research, but i can't seem to find anything relatively helpful. All I'm asking is if you have the time to write up a quick step-by-step photoshop/Zbrush texturing tutorial I'd really appreciate it.--Nick

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        #4
        Must be a troll. :]

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          #5
          Originally posted by Rapture117 View Post
          All I'm asking is if you have the time to write up a quick step-by-step photoshop/Zbrush texturing tutorial
          That's the part that is asking too much. If all the tutorials on the internet can't help you, then you need a proper class. Texturing is a career path. Not a 5 minute lesson.

          If you've already read/watched all of the tutorials on Google and you're having issues, let us know exactly which part you're having trouble with. That would be doable.

          If you really need that much help, here's a book on Photoshop:
          http://www.amazon.com/Creative-Photo...ref=pd_sim_b_3

          And, here's one for ZBrush:
          http://www.amazon.com/Introducing-ZB.../dp/0470262796

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