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  03 March 2009
Cool Feathers?

hi...i am modeling a brid but i have some problems creating the feathers, i tryed with the hair and fur on 3d max.

anyone knows any good tutorial to create feathers or can help me?
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  04 April 2009
I don't know if max supports this, but have you tried clip mapping?
 
  04 April 2009
Cool

Clip mapping? i am not know so much about that term....
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  05 May 2009
"Clip mapping is the term used to describe using photographs or drawings as maps onto objects with an alpha channel. This creates the illusion of a detailed 3D object when in computer terms, all we have in the scene is one simple polygon."

-http://www.realsoft.com/realsoft/ma...al/clipmap.html

apply a feather texture+alpha to a plane and copy it, overlaying, also used for hair in games.


here
is a great tutorial on how to do it with hair.

don't know of any specifically dealing with feathers but it should be a very similar process as hair.


P.S. i didn't know it was called Clip Mapping till just now either.
 
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