Guide: Hand-Painted Masking in Quixel Mixer
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Guide: Hand-Painted Masking in Quixel Mixer
12 June, 2018
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Quixel has uploaded a short guide to using hand-painted masking in Mixer. Watch it and show your surfaces create inside the Quixels’ latest tool.

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Learn how to use the latest Mixer features, such as masking and duplicate in this quick overview. Learn more about Megascans and Quixel Mixer here.

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Hi guys, in the latest version available there is no masking option. There are also other issues but I guess you are already working on it. Thanks for this great tool!

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