Adding the light side's base texture


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Adding the light side's base texture

Now we need to do the same thing for the light side of the castle, so turn on that duplicate stone texture we kept, duplicate it again, and turn off one of the copies. Turn on your Perspective Guides again, and make sure your right side is visible. Set the opacity of the layer to 50% and now you can see what you're doing. Press Cmd or Ctrl+T to invoke the Transform tool. Then right click and choose Distort and distort the stone texture to cover all of the sides of the castle that vanish to the right, or the light side. Once again you need to very carefully follow your Perspective Guides.

Hold down on the Shift key while adjusting the corners of the distort box, so that you don't move the corners right or left, just up or down. The texture needs to cover all of the flat surfaces, so you can adjust the sides of the box if you need more texture. Before you press Return or Enter, zoom in and make sure your bricks are following the Inter-perspective Guidelines. When you are happy with the distortio...

Adding the light side's base texture
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Adding the light side's base texture provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by David Mattingly as part of the Digital Matte Painting Essentials 4: Texturing

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3D + Animation Design
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Photoshop
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