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Textured Plastic

  Textured Plastic by bistor

Category Plastics
Date 2007-06-15 04:47:39
   
Rendertime 00:07:52
System P4 2.6 GHz HT - 1GB RAM - Win XP
Vray version 1.5 RC2
3dsmax version 8.0
   
Comment I wanted a material like the plastic on computer parts but I couldn't find one. I decided to make my own and here's the result. JPG included. Increase subdivisions as desired.

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sakin wrote: thanks

supunz wrote: Thank you very much!

tetsue wrote: thanx

camo_1986 wrote: +

aasinf wrote: Thanks

djmfxp wrote: thanx

kokuw wrote: thanx

katysha wrote: Perfection! Thank you :D

ealvarezg wrote: Thanks for your work

tumaylmz1 wrote: thank

rajvray wrote: nice material. thanx

shunyata00 wrote: Nice. I do a fair amount of product renders for automotive interior components. This is the perfect textured button material.

alexortega88 wrote: 7

bochi_06 wrote: very good material !!!

3dreaktor wrote: nice mat thanks

lastomero wrote: really good!!

SirPsyco87 wrote: genius

baviaan6 wrote: thankx

burigi wrote: Very good.

ltt.sebastian wrote: looks like painted metal, but looks great men cool!

fa-mo wrote: thank you

cicke99 wrote: perfect for my LCD-TV!

turtlepower4 wrote: goodies

Nelson wrote: That's what i'm looking for. Thx!

ikam wrote: usefull material

talatala wrote: how do i get rid of the noise on the texture? thx..

talatala wrote: how do i get rid of the noise on the texture? thx..

vivianvincent wrote: Yeah! That's what I want!

norlanth wrote: :) good ty

knoxalper wrote: Thanks dude :)

burcuoz5236 wrote: rated this material with 10 Points

philipharrison17 wrote: Awsome!

sedef wrote: good job, i have been looking for something like that =)

JohnsonGetDown wrote: Looks really nice! Reminds me of carbon though...Probably only me...nice!

darkmoon wrote: thanks

Mediasia wrote: some mistakes on this materials as told previously but it still be good one. try to work a lil' bit more and it gonna be perfect ;) procedural would be perfect hehehe ^^

maumau wrote: wow. really good. thank you.

nickyhao wrote: great one!

nickyhao wrote: great one!

wuzude6842 wrote: I want this material for many days,I want to make beautiful picture by this material

wuzude6842 wrote: I want this material for many days,I want to make beautiful picture by this material

f02150 wrote: Very nice I was looking for something like this in the last day or so.

jojo1975 wrote: a procedural one would be preferred ..but ;) try also to increase sample to avoid too mauch reflection




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