Hi Simon and the rest of the Curvy 3D staff, I've finally got around to learning Curvy 3D and am amazed by how simple, yet efficient, that Curvy 3D is for making 3D Models and Sculpts. My most favorite feature of Curvy 3D is when you save your Sculpt, whatever Painting you have done is saved as a Texture Map for that Sculpt. Even though I don't have Art Skills, I've still been able to paint my Sculpts and then take them into InWorldz
where they are ready to use since I can texture them with the Texture Map that was made when I saved the Sculpt!
I do have a question and depending on the answer may lead me to ask for a Video Tutorial on how to accomplish it. My question is, can I take an image that I created in Photoshop and use it to "paint" my Model? What I'm thinking is say I have a image created in Photoshop that is a row of decorative leaves and I want to use that to go around a Bowl that I'm making. Is this possible, and if it is, could you show me how in a Video Tutorial?