Using A Bump Map To Give An Object Texture
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Jeff Sengstack explains how to apply "bump maps" to 3D objects and then adjust them. Bump maps give 3D objects texture -- bumpiness. They can make a reptile's skin look rough, create a sense of contours on the surface of a planet, or make a smooth sphere look like the skin of an orange. Applies to the CC and CS6 versions of Photoshop.
Runtime : 00:05:37 Added : 04/23/2013
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