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    Curves to displacement map

    Hello Gurus!

    I have a big question, at the end I need to use a displacement map in 3Dsmax, but the only thing i have at the begining is bezier curves. So I was wondering if there is a way(s) to transform this curves in our best friend photoshop?
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    Re: Curves to displacement map

    No way to transform this curve in a black & white map really?

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    Re: Curves to displacement map

    I'm not clear on what you want to do. I'm assuming you want to apply the displace to the curve. IDK if it can be done to a path; I doubt it. If you stroke the path, then you can distort the path, via the stroked line, to follow the light and shadow of the map, if that is what you are trying to achieve. If not, please explain more.
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