Wierd problems when painting in Mudbox

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  04 April 2013
Wierd problems when painting in Mudbox

I've modeled some sort of an animal, and then I've UV-mapped it. But when I bring it into Mudbox and paint on it, it looks ****** up. WHY!?

The image below shows my tragic situation, of not being able to paint my model without hurting my eyes.... and soul.
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  04 April 2013
more than likely your UVs are to blame. Overlapping uvs, flipped uvs, shells overlapping eachother, shells bleeding outside 0,1 uv space..........

Have you made sure your UVs are sound?
 
  04 April 2013
Yeah, that could be the problem. I don't know really if my UV:s are bad or not, so i uploaded another screenshot. Do you think it looks fine? :P
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  04 April 2013
Yeah I think you were right. It is the UV:s...

I've improved them, and it looks much better in Mudbox now. The way they looked like in my screenshots was no good.

Thank you!
 
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