Tutorials & Guides / [LOCKED] Transparent areas in single X file

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GraPhiX
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Posted: 12th Jun 2018 10:51
Hi

just a quick video on how I get transparency into a single model, I am not saying this is the right way to do it, this is what gives me the best results so I thought I would share it.

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Belidos
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Posted: 12th Jun 2018 12:09
Nice video mate, really helps. Although i had to watch it a few times, kept geting distracted by your desktop backgrounds :p
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Posted: 12th Jun 2018 12:12
Quote: "kept geting distracted by your desktop backgrounds"


oh nooo I forgot about them she will kill me when she finds out
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Posted: 13th Jun 2018 23:29
@Graphix, nice video.

May have to invest in that unwrap tool there.

I find Blenders unwrap tools easy to use but it doesn't matter how many times I reorder the glass either using Blender or Fragmotion the glass never stays at the place where I put it when reopened in Fragmotion.

Probably explains why I always have to fight with glass in my models!

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Posted: 22nd Jul 2018 17:14
Quote: " kept geting distracted by your desktop backgrounds :p"

Ye is there a tutorial on removing the guides and leaving the wallpapers
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Posted: 22nd Jul 2018 17:19
LOL she went mad at me when she saw it all is forgiven now I took her to Mexico
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grobyken
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Posted: 29th Jul 2018 07:48
Great video mate and many thanks for sharing your knowledge.

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