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Fast Aluminium

  Fast Aluminium by iu

Category Metal
Date 2007-03-13 17:34:32
Rendertime 00:02:52
System AMD Dual Core 64 bit 2,2
Vray version 1,5 RC3
3dsmax version 8
Comment Sirve para neveras o elementos que sean de aluminio siempre que se busque velocidad de render

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shariq125 wrote: goood work...

shariq125 wrote: good loooking for window and you can also use almuniunm fitiing

iibat wrote: thanks dude

kokuw wrote: thanx

msvera wrote: thankx

Ruso Irigoite wrote: muy bueno

diego123 wrote: rated this material with 8 Points

j.c.r. wrote: 8

lost_sth28 wrote: thanks! rated this material with 9 Points

Cavallion wrote: it's so blury.

artta wrote: File corrupted

sanay wrote: after merging it dosent appear in mlt libraryyyyyyyyyyyyyy

denissimoto wrote: Cool. Very fast. Thanks!

dongonchalves wrote: good work thanks

daniken666 wrote: thanks

externys wrote: overblured...

_Lightbulb_ wrote: The high level blur could be interesting for some graphic effect.

deme wrote: hm

itg wrote: Buena idea tron!

joblack wrote: picture not big!

faizy999 wrote: It is a beautiful material specially the specularity levels set at optimum values relative to the material

maxlok wrote: zip file not opening,,, says error

ljsoksteven wrote: I like vray.I need it.

warops wrote: awesm. i'm using it.

iu wrote: No es un material vonito de cerca, pero me ha servido para poder mostrar ua primera imágen rápida para una cocina con muchos muebles de acero inoxidable

reinoks wrote: T oo much blur and ... reflec tions =/

Astorias wrote: that´s awful. Some reflection, IOR to 6-8 and a slight gloss - and you´ve got a beautifl, fast rendering alu. Don´t need something which looks so strange

Eric Sosa wrote: indeed, iu forgot to add the jpg map..although, it's indeed a very fast material...just add yourself an opacity map + a good reflection HDR map, and here you are!!....a good reflecting metal..hehehe :) no esta tan mal iu...mas tienes que aprender a subir tus materiales :), la proxima vez...primero pregunta como hacerlo debidamente,

BilboX wrote: I do not agree with previous comments. You said "fast" aluminium and indeed, it can be interresting for quick previews...

Orlando wrote: i bet that if you make that kind of surface on a transparent material it would be a great start for a melting ice material. Looks too "liquid" for a metal though

martian_aphid wrote: looks very strange

3DCreator wrote: my goodness. This is not nice. Not nice, honestly.

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