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Fifth and final set (I hope). I need an opinion on this one. It may or may not have a problem. I had some minor issues with the uv map for the pants a while ago. Fixed it, no problem. Now, standing in a t-pose or viewing in 2d the uvmap is near perfect (as near to perfect as I can get it, anyway). When Dawn is posed as in the picture there appears to be a bit of stretching around the ankles. It's most noticeable on the right leg. Now, my question is, is this a problem or not? On the one hand, I say that would be exactly how a material might behave in real life. On the other hand, it's not perfect, I'm doomed.
I hadn't really noticed this until now. The checkerboard material is a real test for the uvmap. I won't do that again.
I agree with what's already been said, and with the boots over the ankles, you really can't see it. In fact, the first time I went through the textures, I hadn't even noticed it. It wasn't until I re-read your comments, that I went back and looked specifically at that area.
Oh, and BTW, red and black is my all time favorite color combination.
OK, been gone awhile, but now I'm back. This outfit is done and soon to be resting in beta tester's hands. Barring some egregious oversight, I think it shouldn't be too long before this one is submitted to the store.
I'm already working on a new project. It's really stretching my abilities, but I'm psyched about it. Hope to have something to show soon.