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Old 06-24-2012, 08:21 AM   #1
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Cinema 4d texturing problem (Maya Geometry)

im having a problem texturing my geometry which I have imported from maya. The problem is only appearing on the edges of the geometry. For some reason my material is not texturing the very edge of my object. If you look at the image provided it show my problem.
How do I approach fixing this?
i can provide the wireframe if it helps.
Old 06-24-2012, 04:07 PM   #2
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First thing i would check is the UV mapping, make sure you don't have overlapping uv's for that section. Other than that it's difficult to tell.
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its not exactly mapped by me at the moment. Its just cinema 4d's UVW Mapping. I think I will have to map it myself although i've never done it in cinema 4D before.

Thanks for the advice. If I find the UV's I will post if it was overlapped or what the problem was.
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