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Old 17th November 2010, 03:22 AM   #1
C-ashdene
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Smile Second Life question.

Hello, I am currently using the trial version of this software for creation on Second Life, and am considering the full version, but first I have one thing to ask

(Sorry if this is not the right forum or anything, I really do apologise, I just wanted to ask this so badly, lol.)

Anyway, sculpting and such on this program is quite easy, things look great! But, when I upload the sculpts to SL, parts (as in corners) go all jagged. This may just be the way of things, and it may just be something to do with SL, but I figure some people here must use AC3D for content creation, and that they may be able to help me out.

Thank you very much

- Oh, Sorry I am obviously a noob to the program, so if this is an error on my part, sorry! haha

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Old 17th November 2010, 06:16 AM   #2
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Default Re: Second Life question.

To start quickly, it's best to start from the sample objects, otherwise you'll need to be quite expert at texture mapping.

try this:

http://leezu-tutorials.blogspot.com/...beginners.html
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