Author Topic: Material override setting  (Read 1180 times)

2022-04-20, 04:37:58

Yousef13

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Hello

Like most artists, I set up light first while mtl override is on, then proceed to materials. The new slicer mtl has become an essential part of my workflow since i started using it for windows and cutting holes for artificial lighting fixtures, so i thought adding it to the preserve list would be great since it serves the purpose " overriding mtl for setting up light".

Thank you

2022-04-20, 15:55:37
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maru

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Hi, you mean something like this, right?
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2022-04-21, 04:17:38
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Yousef13

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Yes, exactly! It would help a lot, I think a lot of artists are going to use the slicer material in a similar way to mine, especially with the great option of exclude and include

2022-05-03, 14:32:50
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2022-09-15, 17:59:37
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done
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