This guide is briefly introduction to how to paint AC Car liveries in 3D. Let’s look at the tutorial below.
This two-part tutorial will briefly demonstrate how to paint Assetto Corsa car liveries (skins) in 3D (optional) and then also demonstrate how to paint or finalise the car skin in 2D.
Apologies in retrospect for the low volume / poor audio quality of the upload. If an issue, you can try boost it on your side through your operating system or browser plugin.
05:44 – 3D Painting using Autodesk Mudbox 2018
13:56 – 2D Painting and detailing using getPaint.NET
19:28 – Previewing your creation in ACShowroomView (without launching Assetto Corsa)
20:12 – Setting a car selection icon and preview image.
22:11 – Ending moments, thanks for watching!
3DSimED3 (free trial available). Download here: http://sim-garage.co.uk/3dsimed3-download/
Autodesk Mudbox 2018 (free trial available). Download here: https://www.autodesk.com/products/mudbox/overview
Alternatively – you can also try Blender (free). Download here: https://www.blender.org/
Viewer for all cars in Assetto Corsa: ACShowroomView (free). Download here: http://www.racedepartment.com/threads/acshowroom-view.117481/
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