1. #1
    New Member Follow User Gallery
    Join Date
    Sep 2018
    Posts
    1

    Default High poly export

    Hello!

    I'm pretty new to the 3D-realm and although I´ve been sculpting on amateur basis for a couple of years I´ve never really used any of my creations in anything. Now I would like to export an object to be used in C4D as a prop and I´m wondering what would be the easiest way to do this. Its a static object with no moving parts and Im just gonna do a simple animation with it so Im not really concerned about correct topology or low poly count. I just want to export it without having to retopoly, bake and so on. Is this possible and if so how do I go about it?

  2. #2
    Senior Member Follow User Gallery
    Join Date
    Jul 2010
    Posts
    952

    Default

    While I've never used C4D, the basics are pretty much the same to exporting to just about any other program. I usually use Blender for exporting to for all of my renders, but it should be pretty much the same from most of the other previous programs I've used before.

    To start with, go to "paint" inside of Sculptris, to create your texture.

    You can do this next part before or after you've finished painting the texture, but export the OBJ in this area (Not before you let Sculptris do it's own UV Mapping).

    Now, when you're done with the "texturing/coloring", near the bottom of the "tools" area, you will see "Show Advanced Tools".
    Hit that area and a few other options will appear. The options that I usually use are "Save Texmap" and "Save Bump". Those options refer to the color of the texture and any bump mapping that you may have painted onto your model. Hit those, and save to the specific names for that model.

    Next you are going to open your specified program and now import the appropriate files. Usually you would start with the OBJ and then add onto it the appropriate files that specify the colors, etc. of the model you are attempting to continue with, in the strengths of the program that you're using.

    Not necessarily certain that the above will help (since I've been drinking a lot...lol), but it should be a rough guide to getting what you are wanting done.

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •