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My Question is about materials. I want to create a T-Shirt, who has this pattern on like show in the Picture. My Problem is, that want to have the "Image Texture" based on the mesh, and not based on the density of the vertex. So that the Pattern is evenly distributed. enter image description here Here the pattern is evenly distributed enter image description here Here it isn't (In the two pictures I showed you two times the Note Editor. I did this because you only need the first three Nodes, but I thought, perhaps do you need all. edit 1: enter image description here Here you see the unequal spreading of the pattern over the T-Shirt (After UV-Mapping(@Bruno) edit 2: enter image description here I finally approche to the result that i want to have. I have to us smart uv protection. But as you can see in the image, it has a few places, with not perfect patterns, as under the armpit. How can i fix them?

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  • $\begingroup$ By design, UV maps are based on the position of vertices thus the texture will stretch if you stretch the vertices away from each other. What model/mesh are you targetting? $\endgroup$ – Bruno Apr 4 at 20:49
  • $\begingroup$ I target a T-Shirt as I said. Or what do you mean? $\endgroup$ – samuel Apr 4 at 21:11
  • $\begingroup$ OK so have you tried UV unwrapping your TShirt on the texture? $\endgroup$ – Bruno Apr 4 at 21:16
  • $\begingroup$ i showed my problem in the Answer as edit 1 and 2 $\endgroup$ – samuel Apr 4 at 23:03
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I finally fixed the last problems enter image description here With the help of removing vertex form the shrinkwrap modifier, i made it for my goal, perfekt. Smart uv protektion was the key. Thanks Bruno.

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  • $\begingroup$ What do you mean "removing vertex form the shrinkwrap modifier"? $\endgroup$ – Bruno Apr 5 at 6:50
  • $\begingroup$ i made a new vertex group and asinge only the vertexes i want to have the shrinkwrap modifier on it $\endgroup$ – samuel Apr 5 at 11:15
  • $\begingroup$ got it thank you $\endgroup$ – Bruno Apr 5 at 13:14

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