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Hand Painted Texturing Tutorial, Wine Bottle

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a little brakedown on an object i recently had to create. it was fun, because i have never really done any opaque object before (except from smaller crystals or stones ofcourse, but not a fully transparent object where i needed to fake that it's kinda transparent) 
i know it's nothing special, but i hope for a few people it will help!! 

softwares: 3ds max (viewport canvas), Photshop
Image size
1610x5820px 2.53 MB
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Software
Adobe Photoshop CS6 (Windows)
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scorpio-bosHobbyist Digital Artist
Just a small question on the uv's

How come you didn't unwrap it as a cylinder? Like puting a seem on one side, and then using the pelt to unwrap it into just 1 long rectangle. Would that be a good idea or easier you think? Im just asking, because thats how i usually do and was wondering if i should do that or try your way :)
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tsabszy Digital Artist
hey! 
well normally i do that oo, but here i needed to be swift, so i didn't have the luxory to fully unwrap the whole cylinder and so i only needed to paint the half of it :) 
that's why it's overlapped :) 
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scorpio-bosHobbyist Digital Artist
Ah ok, makes sence. Thanks :)
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UrbanFoxGamerHobbyist General Artist
this helped a lot 
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tsabszy Digital Artist
Glad to hear it mate :) 
BuzzKirill's avatar
Thank you. I love this painterly style just as much as I like the "realistic" style. It's got that special something. By the way, your seam shows a little in the last picture :D
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tsabszy Digital Artist
no problem! :) i'm glad if it was any of help for you
JedTheKrampus's avatar
Nice tutorial, I copied it shamelessly and this is what I came up with:

i.imgur.com/cdkLNo2.png
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tsabszy Digital Artist
Nice try :) 
Try to experiment on other forms as well and also understand why to paint it like that, and not just copying :) 
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100chihuahuasProfessional Digital Artist
Very informative, I like your process
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tsabszy Digital Artist
I'm glad if I could be of help :) 
AntonioNeves's avatar
AntonioNevesProfessional Digital Artist
Really Nice! Good work!
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tsabszy Digital Artist
Thx! :) 
Bartalon's avatar
BartalonProfessional Digital Artist
Fantastic, thank you!  Your texture work is an inspiration.
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tsabszy Digital Artist
you're welcome! also glad to hear that :) 
Luned13's avatar
Luned13Professional Interface Designer
i don't even know how to generate the uv map =(
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tsabszy Digital Artist
you can find tons of tutorials mate :) just google "unwrap tutorial for begginers" and you'll find countless
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Luned13Professional Interface Designer
thx,  man =) and nice tutorial btw (y)
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NecromammothHobbyist Digital Artist
Like the UV trick. Will keep that one in mind. Thank you!Neko Emoji-37 (Yay) [V2] 
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tsabszy Digital Artist
don't forget that if you do so, you will need to take care of the seams. but when it comes to directly painting onto the model, or projection painting, then it's not really a trouble
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zepher234Student Digital Artist
Really cool!

Thanks for the tutorial!
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tsabszy Digital Artist
i'm really glad if it helps! 
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zepher234Student Digital Artist
Yes it does! Moar pls! :D
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The-Pirate-FoxProfessional
Could the same painting technique be applied to a character's face?
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