2D Picture Lab - Bryce Tutorial

In this tutorial you will learn what the 2d picture lab is and how to use it. We will also investigate the file size impact when using 2D pictures as textures. And last, an alternative way to saving your picture textures (instead of adding them to the material presets) will be introduced. - View Tutorial »

submitted: 5 years and 2296 days ago

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