Wrap3 adds a new example-based wrapping method that reduces cleanup to a minimum.
R3DS and their Wrap3 tool has a new update that sees a few new nodes that will push the boundaries of the wrapping workflow. New to Wrap 3.4 are Brush, CopyTransform, and BlendWrapping nodes. The BlendWrapping offers an example-based wrapping method that will reduce the need for cleanup on 3D scans to a minimum. The node uses preexisting wrapped meshes to improve the wrapping quality for the model at hand.
Wrap3 is a standalone app that enables 3D artists to process 3D scan data to workable topology by deform-wrapping a base mesh over the high-resolution 3D model scan. The tool also provides a set of handy scan processing tools such as decimation, mesh filtering, texture projection, and a lot more.
The latest version of Wrap3 also touts an improved UI along with a lot more features, with the major features of this release is the new Brush and BlendWrapping nodes.
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