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Arthur Spooner

Paint SOP - First time

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So you use 'Add' instead of 'Replace' why? 

If the default values are 1.0 and you add 1.0 in blue you end up with a value of 2.0. Considering that white is 1.0 why would you think of adding more values to it to see a colour?

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Guest tar

Sounds like a hardware issue - what graphics card and driver are you using?

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2 minutes ago, marty said:

Sounds like a hardware issue - what graphics card and driver are you using?

It can't be, the scene by 6ril works.  6ril used UV projection but stated you don't have to, I proceed to re-create the scene and I can't paint on the mesh with replace / add ?

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Don't know then - I can paint on meshes with a mouse or tablet. Sorry I can't be of any more help.

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ok...

use REPLACE.

then go to background and hit APPLY TO ALL to paint all in black (which is 0 0 0)

then back to foreground... choose a color, and paint.

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Guest tar

Also turn on 'HDR Rendering' in Display Option/Effects tab. It nicely allows you to see above 1.0 Cd values. You may have to open new Scene tab to see it work.

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ahahha you're happy with a display option toggle... try rendering now ... lol.

have you tried what I told you ? It would help you understand the concept of floating value color.

but if you're fine with hdr display and not being able to use paint sop properly.... suit yourself.

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4 hours ago, 6ril said:

but if you're fine with hdr display and not being able to use paint sop properly.... suit yourself.

Wait, I'm going to go back a few steps, there is another way to use Paint SOP ? 

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Marty kindly tried to explain you about the rgb value in float, ranging from 0 to 1, now if you're happy with above 1 values, well...

I've tried hard to help you, many times, now if you're not even reading my posts...

good luck with your endeavours !

 

 

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I never said I wasn't reading or going to re-read your post, I just said I want to go back a few steps, that I didn't look into.  Let me go over the thread once again !

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6 hours ago, Arthur Spooner said:

?

are you happy?

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