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Old Wall [Seamless, Hi-Res]

  Old Wall [Seamless, Hi-Res] by Need_Help

Category Architecture
Date 2007-06-24 13:25:36
Rendertime 00:13:54
System Intel Pentium 4 3.20GHz, ASUS nVidia 6600GT, 1024MB DDR RAM, WIndows XP SP2
Vray version 1.5 RC3
3dsmax version 8
Comment Since almost all the materials in this contest are 'new', so I've decided to make an 'old' material for it :) The images used are more than 3000x1600 pixels, and is seamlessly tileable. The texture used had been heavily edited by me (made to seamless, adjust colour, light and some other changes) I hope you will like it :)

Note : It is better to use it on flat surface (without big curves/holes)

Note 2 : The render speed is actually faster, because I have a few running windows when i render it, so its slower

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araragi_koyomi wrote: nice

garymanalo wrote: very nice effect for old texture

bareboy wrote: :) excellent!

heman_heman wrote: this material s great thanks alot.

goodpunch wrote: un material muyyyy buenoo !! muy bien logradoo !

arielsonico wrote: that´`s amaizig!!! uuuooooooouuuuuuuuu

dadedo wrote: nice material you must try..... rated 9 points

Need_Help wrote: *At 2007-09-24 00:02:46

Need_Help wrote: Thanks for all the votes :D

Need_Help wrote: Wow! My material get 'Material of the Day' :D

suruthi wrote: nice

stephenjone5 wrote: smart!

primacad wrote: Very detail material.. I'll keep it. Thank's

section1 wrote: I like this very much

CoToAzUL wrote: muy buen material. gracias por el aporte

Need_Help wrote: Thanks for the votes :) (at least its above 8, although its not the best)

Need_Help wrote: Note 3 : It will look a bit weird on very sharp curved surface because it has displacement applied. Flat surface = 100% no problem and will look very nice :)

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