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12-26-2001, 11:01 PM
Ummmm...what the heck........nobody uses DeepPaint? :)

12-27-2001, 12:08 PM
Ive used it. Its a good program. I dont use it often though. Dont really know why not. Well, thats all I have to say.


12-27-2001, 04:07 PM
Deep Paint is great,

It's just that I can't think of anything to ask...

I think I know everything. :D :D

12-30-2001, 01:15 AM

Sorry for the size :)

12-30-2001, 01:20 AM
i did this with deep paint.. is not.. that good but.. if i can do this.. u may guess what a great artist could do... i think they have a gallery.. check the site.. www. haves there a demo.. be quick.. i think it haves less than 30 days:p
wel.. is anothewr mesh painting programs.. is there much more?

ops.. note.. the eye texture was not in dp.. i used photoshop.. but i think thats a good way to do it in dp..

12-31-2001, 06:10 PM
I say that Deep Paint is cool, it has lots of functions, but im too used to Photoshop! In my opinion, photoshop (if used correctly) can yeild you every result you dream of. Deep Paint is cool is you have a specific texture problem, but somehow I dont notice it , because it hands in the shadow of the photoshop...

What do you guys think?:confused:

12-31-2001, 09:21 PM
yes thats true there is nothing like photoshop.. but.. deep paint is specific for mesh painting.. and in that way is very cool cose u can paint textures in the real surface.. but.. what i really like is that u can paint on bump specualr etc... in real time vew render(color, bump and specular.. (i diont know about more.. but i think it haves..) rendered in the view.. that max dont do it.. i think..).. with only one brush, and u can edit that brushes and create more, and with the help of photoshop u can do textures brushes also.. i think that those 2 tools can be used together with great resoults...

12-31-2001, 10:04 PM
Most defininetly! I have collaborated them in my work. It works swell. But I cant work with Deep Paint as efficiently as with Photoshop. Check out my site at

some of my work is there (the old stuff only)

01-11-2002, 10:14 PM
Deep Paint's great, I shelled out the bucks for it, and am pretty happy with it. Its a lot more intuitive to paint your textures directly on the model and see the bump/spec update in real time. Lots of handy UV tools as well, and it can handle multiple surfaces and shaders with no problem. Cool stuf...


01-11-2002, 11:46 PM
yeah its okay, I only find use for it when i am texturing SKIN, i think they came out with a new version.

02-09-2002, 04:21 PM
Deep Paint ROCKS!

Don't believe the hype. It is the perfect tool for what it is. I don't consider it a Photoshop replacment at all, nor does Right Hem.

But it does have some great mapping features like projection painting. Man that has saved my ass on several projects.

It is not a tool for everyone but if your doing very high-end texture work, it is a must.


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