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Old September 28th, 2012, 02:57 PM
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Pixelization after 3d>revolve?

I have an illustration of a guy, and I'm trying to put a tattoo on his neck.

After looking around the web for techniques, the most realistic effect i found was this:

write the word of the tattoo, make it a symbol. Then make a vertical line, apply 3d>revolve with large perspective and offset values (I used 114 and 221, respectively) which creates a cylinder, then use Map Art to apply the symbol i made previously, and select hide geometry.

The problem I'm having is that once the effect is completed, the text becomes oddly pixelized.

[i tried including photos of the issue here, but couldn't figure out how and I'm not allowed to post urls, so i guess no photos? They're on flickr if was allowed to post urls]

Can anyone help me figure out how to stop this, or a new technique that produces the same results?

Thanks for any help!
Evan

Last edited by evbelt : September 28th, 2012 at 04:49 PM.

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