I think this Blender tuts is very old, because, I easy can make this High
maps in my Blender 2.48.
I vill soon start using Gimp again
>Well...perhaps you already know this, but when you load a graphic file in
Blender, you do have the option of "packing" it and making it part of the
.blend file. But now, Gimp doesn't save native .blend format files.
>--- On Sat, 1/24/09, Claus Cyrny <claus.cy...@web.de> wrote:
>> From: Claus Cyrny <claus.cy...@web.de>
>> Subject: Re: [Gimp-user] Attach Gimp file in to Blender
>> To: "Michael J. Hammel" <mjham...@graphics-muse.org>
>> Cc: gimp-user@lists.XCF.Berkeley.EDU
>> Date: Saturday, January 24, 2009, 3:21 PM
>> Michael J. Hammel wrote:
>> > On Sat, 2009-01-24 at 17:27 +0100, OnyX wrote:
>> >> In severel Blender tuts, I need to go in to Gimp
>> and made things and then
>> >> export it in to Blender.
>> ??? You can /import/ bitmap files from Gimp to Blender, but
>> doesn't save anything in Blender's .blend format,
>> since .blend is
>> a format for storing 3D scenes, and this doesn't make
>> any sense in
>> the context of the Gimp. I am assuming that you would like
>> to export
>> height maps into Blender? For this, you could use formats
>> PNG or TIFF, even JPG. You would only need grayscale images
>> for this,
>> AFAIK (no RGB), and I wouldn't recommend converting the
>> maps to indexed
>> colors: a) I'm not sure if Blender could handle this,
>> and b) you lose
>> too much detail.
>> > Nice. I wish I spoke German (that's the language
>> there, right?).
>> It's actually French! ;-)
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