how do i paint on 3d models?

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  02 February 2006
how do i paint on 3d models?

ive only modeled in zbrush until today when i decided that i wanted to try to paint on one of my models. the only problem is that the result is getting realy strange. Like this:

I cant paint in some areas and were i can paint it looks rather strange.i dont know if it matters but i imported the original model from 3dsmax. would be realy nice with some help
  02 February 2006
It looks like your UV coordinates got messed up when exporting from 3DS Max. The following thread contains import and export settings for a Max > Zbrush > Max workflow.

Alternatively you can apply a UV mapping in ZBrush.
  02 February 2006
ok thanks for your help but i got two questions:

1, i can find the "export" and "import" meny, but where is the "importexport" meny wich is in the picture on link you gave me.

2, how do I apply a UV mapping in ZBrush? mean the UV tile, UV planar, settings among others?
  02 February 2006
1. the import / export buttons are under the tool menu

2. to assign uvs. once you have a poly3d mesh or an imported .obj, under the tool - texture menu you can assign GUV tiles or AUV tiles to your model before texturing.
  02 February 2006
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