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projected textures not appear on the “back” of the mesh as well?
I want to create blood wounds on my character's bodies by using projected textures. I've watched some commentaries on games like Left 4 Dead and they say they use projected textures for the blood. But ...
Jun 29 '13 at 8:34
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