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Trying to make metal text?
The issue I am having is there an easyish way for me to get the text to shrink in on it's self like the one below. I have lots of text and font i want to do this with so would there be a fast and easy way?
I hope the example pictures above shows what i mean
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7/23/2014 4:37:48 PM (last edit: 7/23/2014 4:37:48 PM)
bevel probably, then weld/ collapse
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7/23/2014 4:49:44 PM (last edit: 7/23/2014 4:49:44 PM)
Do you need 3d for this? Some photoshop plugs can do it faster maybe.
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7/23/2014 5:09:35 PM (last edit: 7/23/2014 5:10:19 PM)
yes it needs to be 3d sadly for the angles we wish to use it in
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7/24/2014 1:01:06 AM (last edit: 7/24/2014 1:01:06 AM)
Photoshop and get it all good on the grey-scale, then use zbrush. Can create a 3d plane, spotlight the texture and paint+add it onto the plane. Then make another photoshop version with just the letters masked out, now spotlight that in zbrush again and mask by intensity to mask only the letters, then visibility -> hide pt. (to hide the background), and modify -> delete hidden (to delete the background).
Or just use splines in 3ds Max to trace out each letter, extrude then bevel.
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7/24/2014 5:11:32 AM (last edit: 7/24/2014 5:11:32 AM)
 sorry, double post.
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7/24/2014 5:13:48 AM (last edit: 7/24/2014 5:54:51 AM)
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