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Ive been using 3ds Max for a while now, and I still have not found out how to texture a damn object. I have looked all over the net for a texturing tutorial, and there isnt any that I have found. Does anyone know of a good tutorial?

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If only google had everything. LOL. Yes, but when I load the image texture,
and have it in the material editor, the send to object or selection button is greyed out, so I cannot texture my object.

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http://www.3dtotal.com
http://www.3dbuzz.com
http://www.3dluvr.com
http://www.3dcafe.com
http://www.3dkingdom.org
etc.

Seems like you just haven't looked hard enough...

Googelicious!

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Ive been using 3ds Max for a while now, and I still have not found out how to texture a damn object. I have looked all over the net for a texturing tutorial, and there isnt any that I have found. Does anyone know of a good tutorial?


I know what you mean. It took me quite a long time before I could do it. I only used max a few times for fun, but I think there is a tutorial that comes with it that shows how to do it. I can;t remember the name, but you end up making a few game world buildings using like skew and deform. Check the help menu in Max for the tutorials as well as the Max cd.

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You know...the tutorials that ship with Max are VERY helpful (though in my opinion, not as helpful as the VTM's from 3DBuzz.) Maybe you should start there.

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