Posts Tagged ‘Material’

Material / Curtain / V-Ray

Material / Curtain / V-Ray

October 20, 2011 |  by  |  How-To, Tutorials

Many have asked pixela to share more information about her Curtain Material used in the “Rosso” scene. She was very kind to share this with you all here. I hope you’ll find this helpful in your next project!

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VRay Balloon Free Material by Bertrand Benoit

VRay Balloon Free Material by Bertrand Benoit

March 29, 2011 |  by  |  Freebies

Bertrand Benoit posted on the forums about a wonderful VRay balloon material he is offering for free. Looks incredibly real to me, and ORANGE!

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Modeling 3D Sand Dunes in 3ds Max by Sascha Henrichs

Modeling 3D Sand Dunes in 3ds Max by Sascha Henrichs

October 23, 2010 |  by  |  How-To, Tutorials

Following Javier’s great V-Ray procedural sand tutorial post, I’ve seen this rather cool video by Sascha Henrichs over at 3dtotal about the way he models 3d sand dunes using 3ds max patch grids. You might get a very nice looking sand environment doing a combo of both. Feel free to mess around with it.

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Procedural V-Ray Sand Material by Javier Pintor

Procedural V-Ray Sand Material by Javier Pintor

October 20, 2010 |  by  |  Freebies, How-To, Tutorials

Many of you asked for it and here it is – Javier Pintor’s Procedural V-Ray Sand Material as showcased in his forum WIP thread. You will find here a short textual how-to supported with a video without commentary and the 3ds max scene file. Feel free to use it for any project you like.

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Creating VRay for SketchUP Vermont Verde Antique Marble Material

Creating VRay for SketchUP Vermont Verde Antique Marble Material

September 16, 2010 |  by  |  How-To, Tutorials

ASGVIS 3D Artist and Trainer, Fernando Rentas, created the Vermont Verde Antique material in V-Ray for SketchUP Using basic material creation techniques as explained in the featured video tutorial “Creating Vermont Verde Antique”. Fernando was able to match the rich green color and unique light green and white veins by looking at a small sample of the marble. Check out the video below, it is very informative and the result is remarkably good.

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