Hi Nhocrua, thanks for the kind words. The chair is fairly simple to texture. It has hand painted maps in the diffuse, reflection and bump slots, I grabbed leather textures from cgtextures.com and handpainted the diffuse map, the reflection map is then a desaturated version of that, and the bump is desaturated, and then some contrast is added using curves in photoshop. Hope that helps.
Nice tutorial !..and nice picture :-)
Just a question, if you didn't model it, where did you get the armchair model?
@JulienStievenard hi Julien, thanks for reading. I got the chair model fromTurbosquid, from a user named tora2097, they have some excellent furniture models. I then retextured the chair, as I wanted something more vintage looking
@GuillaumeFavre Hi Guillaume, thanks for the comments, I think I will put some time into producing some tutorials about MassFX, it's very cool and very useful. Hopefully Ronen will be nice enough to host again!
Really an Impressive Making-Of . Learned new technique that's the MassFx would surely love to try that . :)
And the Final Image is Realistic & Feels you are in the Image :)
Thanks for this Ronen & Peter .
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