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Quick Tip: Creating Seamless Textures

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Seams. These ugly, nasty looking edges are a common problem for anyone creating image based textures. They look terrible and can destroy even the most awesome of texture maps, so in this quick tip author Chandan Kumar will show you a method for quickly removing them using Adobe Photoshop.


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