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deep paint 3D 
By Cube on Jun 01, 2001 04:15 AM
Is Deep paint 3D, the futur of texturing ? (or zbrush, or anything like it).
I mean, would it be a good idea to start learning that sort of programme, or is it better to texturize the old way ( texporter...,...)?
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Re: deep paint 3D 
By gman on Jun 01, 2001 06:49 AM
Hi, I just downloaded the demo (30 day) of Deep Paint 3D.  It is FAR superior to Zbrush, hence the price difference.  I personally think that for 2D and 3D Art, then deep paint is phenomenally good.  I was astounded with the potential to create fanastic textures.  If I had the money I'd buy it in an instance.  I just think that it's TOO expensive right now, Im looking forward to the rest of my 30 day trial.

-Gav
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Re: deep paint 3D 
By Cube on Jun 01, 2001 06:53 AM
Thanks, i have it too, so i'll look at it this weekend...
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Re: deep paint 3D 
By matej on Jun 30, 2001 08:51 AM
well ... i've been using this program for quite some time now and I find it still too clumsy ... it has the potencial to "evolve" into something beautiful in time of some further versions. Whatever you do in this program still needs to be corrected in photoshop as long as you wish to achieve the professional level ... after all I'm still using it because till today I haven't found anything better :)   But this Body paint 3D looks promising ....
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Re: deep paint 3D 
By Airflow on Jul 12, 2001 11:14 AM
Max+Photoshop+texporter+bliss, and it dont cost any more than it should...
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Re: deep paint 3D 
By Cube on Jul 12, 2001 11:17 AM
Thanks for the tips,
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Re: deep paint 3D 
By Xrazir on Jul 25, 2001 11:02 PM
I actually reviewed Deep Paint 3D (and texture weapons). I'd have to agree on it being a bit clumsy. Still, it has its moments... :)

-Brett
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