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How do I place a texture on an irregular 3D model?
I'm trying to reproduce a textured head in Mathematica, and I'm using a kind of 'net' of a head which contains all the features on the face. The texture looks like this: which is supposed to look ...
Oct 16 '13 at 18:00
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