In this video I am explaining a few basics about using curved surfaces.
- EP9 .map file
When you were talking about sealing the gap in the floor trim you said there are 2 ways you can do it. Is the other way using the Cap Selection tool?
Yes, sorry I meant to explain that as well in the video but forgot. You can of course select the bevel, hit shift+C and choose inverted bevel. When you've got the bevel caps, grab one and put it into the gap.
All zht i need now to go further in my mapping is texture tutorial. Ty again for the time you put to share your knowledge with us.
Glad the video helped you!
Regarding textures, do you mean making and modifying existing textures or just texturing techniques in radiant?
quick question, best way to create a bow/arch, clipping tool or endcap?
You'd use an endcap in most cases.
yep, got it
Hi cityy, is there any specific reason as to why you caulk surfaces that aren't visible, is there some sort of performance gain? It just seems like a hassle having to caulk every non-visible surface since texturing an object textures all surfaces by default.
Very helpful video though, thanks for taking the time.