Archive for ‘texturing’

Linear Workflow – Seminar PDF

Linear workflow has already taken its place in our every day work and not too long ago it was a concept that was somewhat clear but also a bit fuzzy to implement in projects at that time. But as the current tools have a much better implementation of linear workflow making the process a lot […]

QTown 2.0 Release

Finally it’s time to release the new version to the public. I am very excited about the new features and all in all QTown has grown to a pretty nice and convenient tool to generate some midground to background cities*. Initially intended to create only some greeble-like structures to populate the scene and make simple […]

QTown – Version 2 – PREVIEW

Ok, everyone. This is really exciting as I finally managed to include some automatic UV texturing into my QTown script. I wanted to do this from the beginning but after I was done with the first version there was not enough brain left to think about how to texture the resulting geometry. But eventually I […]

uv stretching on smoothed mesh

It’s always interesting to see how the different renderers handle specific aspects of the scene or the containted geometry. In this case I want to talk about the how uv coordinates are handled when a geometry is subdivided for or during the rendering. The focus is on the uv seam that connects the arm of […]