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Polygon Material Painter – Sub-Mesh Editor – Unity Assets Free Download

Polygon Material Painter - Sub-Mesh Editor

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Polygon Material Painter – Sub-Mesh Editor – Unity Assets Free Download (Latest version)

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Create new sub meshes inside Unity for any model. Assign your materials with ease.

✔️ Super easy to use.

Draw on the mesh and then pick a material. Done.

✔️ None-Destructive workflow

Automatically generates a new mesh asset (.asset file). Your original asset remains the same.

✔️ Skinned Mesh Support

Keeps all your bone weights and animations intact.

⚠️ Please notice that the .obj file format does not support bones or animation. Thus that information can not be exported as obj.

✔️ Brush for high-poly meshes

Though you should keep it under a hundred thousand triangles for best performance.

✔️ Undo/Redo for selections

✔️ .OBJ Export

In case you need to pass your new mesh around.

✔️ Full Source Code included!

I publish this asset with full source code because as a developer I know how annoying it is to not have source code access. If you like it then please remind others to purchase the plugin. Don’t just copy and paste it everywhere. Thank you ❤️

✔️ Supports Unity 2020, 2021, 2022, … LTS

⚠️ This is NOT a runtime system. It is EDITOR only.

✍️ Usage

1) Open the tool via Tools > Polygon Material Painter > Start (or via the Tools bar).

2) Select the object you want to paint on.

3) Pick the triangles.

4) Hit the “Assign” button.

5) Done, you will now have a new .asset with the materials and sub-meshes.

😎 HINT 1:

Select one single triangle and then hit the “Select Linked” button. It may already select everything you need.

🧐 HINT 2:

If you press S while selecting you can trigger “Select Linked”. And if you press SHIFT + S you can deselect-linked.

🤠 HINT 3:

Reduce the brush size to 0 to select only one triangle at a time. Use SHIFT + MOUSE WHEEL to change the brush size.

🤓 HINT 4:

Hit the “Assign” button again on any materials to re-use your last selection.

🤫 HINT 5:

Hit Escape twice to quickly exit the tool.

Btw.: All the options have tooltips.

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