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Ball maps

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Looks really realistic. Well done! appl.gif

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Amazing realism. Well done. Exactly how I plan to learn. By watching you guys. I'm still a novice. Learning the questions to ask for the future as well.  B)

 

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Thanks, dip!!  :)

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Like this! The ball is good, and I like the floor under it, too!

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Posted (edited)

Thanks for the complements everyone.

 

I'm unable to rename the thread tittle, could one of the mods rename it to "Ball Maps" ? That way anyone can post their favorite ball map. Anyway, here is a good Beach Ball map if anyone is interested: 

 

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BeachBall.png.zip

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made the beach ball brighter
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4 hours ago, dipstick said:

could one of the mods rename it to "Ball Maps" ?

 

Done!

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<3 @dipstick!

 

Thank you very much. :cake: :coffee:  Beach Ball ist excellent! 

If someone is writing tutorial it is better understandable. 

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1) Load the BeachBall.png map in PDN

2) Click Effects > Render > Shape3D

You can paint different colors if you'd like. Click thumbnail below for closer look.

 

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<3 @dipstick! Thanks for the tip. I know that too. Thank you so much for the answer and for your effort. :cake: :coffee:

 

cats.png I meant that. What method did you use? It will be great if you can write a bit about how you do this.
 

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Many thanks @Dippy for the Ball Maps B).

 

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<3 @dipstick! Thank you very much vor the images. :cake: :coffee:

 

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*Background image self photographed!

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*Different image
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Yes the secret is in his texture and the size of the canvas he created it on. Quite large I saw. Experimentation with the lines as well I'm sure. And finding the right color............ How long did that take? B)

 

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