Author Topic: Paint shows up in other places also  (Read 760 times)

Hey all,

This is probably too stupid to ask, but I'm going to do it anyway  8)
Trying to paint the iside of a mouth in 2D view and the paint shows up on the face as well.
Does this has to do with seamless painting or what, and how to avoid it?
Using 1.1.1

Many thanks, Robert

EDIT: OK so backface culling is helpful but still not the solution to my question!

Last Edit: December 23, 2014, 05:01:36 pm

Hey all,

This is probably too stupid to ask, but I'm going to do it anyway  8)
Trying to paint the iside of a mouth in 2D view and the paint shows up on the face as well.
Does this has to do with seamless painting or what, and how to avoid it?
Using 1.1.1

Many thanks, Robert

EDIT: OK so backface culling is helpful but still not the solution to my question!

Hi Robert,

Definitely not a stupid question : ) So, this is a feature of SP. It allows paint strokes to continue across the seams of UV shells. This is good for continuous paint strokes and to minimize seams. However, you can disable it. To to do this, on the advanced brush options, change the alignment to UV. Now when you paint, the strokes will not continue across UV seams.

Cheers,

Wes
Head of Substance Demo Art Team
the3dninja@adobe.com
Twitter: The3DNinja