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Autodesk Mudbox 2010 Photoshop Export and Import
A CreativeCOW Autodesk Mudbox Video Tutorial


CreativeCOW presents Autodesk Mudbox 2010 Photoshop Export and Import--Video Training by Michael Hurwicz

Michael Hurwicz Michael Hurwicz
Eastsound, Washington USA

©2008 Michael Hurwicz and Creativecow.net. All rights reserved.

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In this Autodesk Mudbox 2010 tutorial, Michael Hurwicz looks at a new feature that allows you to export a paint layer to Photoshop, modify the layer in Photoshop, and then re-import it into Mudbox 2010. The tutorial demonstrates a workflow which allows you to keep both Photoshop and Mudbox open at the same time and conveniently work back and forth between the two programs.















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