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[Blender Cycles] Double texture UVProject example

This file is an example to demonstrate the capabilities of UVProject modifier combined with the Cycles render engine.

The cube is textured with two UV mapped textures managed through the UVProject modifier.


( For further information on the UV Project modifier, see the how to tutorial:

[How-to] Object mapping with cycles: Uv Project )

[How-to] Object mapping with cycles: Uv Project

Category : Modelling, Modifiers, Shaders and Textures · (4) Comments · by Apr 29th, 2012

In order to map some objects, since pre-2.5 versions, blender users had the support of many tools, one of them was the Object map input:

with this technique, you could map a texture to an object referencing the mapping to another object, like an empty, a cube or a more complex 3d object.

Nowadays things changed a lot and with the advent of cycles, in Blender 2.61, artists from all over the world, tried this new render engine that supports only its node materials setting, meaning that the old fascinated easy way to map a texture from an object was old and dead…

In some cases the uv map cannot be used with some particular situation, like the triangulation or ngons faces; in other situations the mesh is just too complex to be correctly unwrapped.

In those cases there is the pretty new modifier that provide a new way to map texture referenced to position,scale and rotation of another object: The UV Project modifier