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Old 10-07-2012, 11:26 AM   #1
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Export texture from object

Hi, I was searching in the forum a post similiar to this and I could no find any information about. The point is that I´m looking for the option to export a texture from an object. For Example. I created a plane and a started deforming with push and pull tools, creating an irregular surface, then I apply a gradient map to define the lower areas, medium and the highest ones. Now I wanna take the map of the object in a good resolution to use as a displacement map.

My english is not perfect sorry

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Old 10-17-2012, 09:27 PM   #2
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We need to know what software you're using. All will be different.
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Upps... yes! The sotfware is 3ds max. The idea is to obten from max, the map to use as a masks.

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Texture baking is the key. Then save the texture map images to disk.
 
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