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Dirty broken glass

  Dirty broken glass by Zumbi

Category Glass
Date 2008-06-05 15:03:49
   
Rendertime 00:29:05
System 2,2 GHz, 3 GB RAM
Vray version 1.5
3dsmax version 9
   
Comment I don't know why it's almost black in the samplescene, but it works very well on planes as you can see in the background.

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nyirko22 wrote: cool

fbport19 wrote: I like it

hpf wrote: it's ok

redline_or_nothing wrote: Awesome mat, thanks very much.

Banshee wrote: I guess it´s so dark in the sample scene because of the fog or the lack of transparency that sums up to an almost black object on thicker surfaces

tzani wrote: @ Zumbi Its perfect. But its black because you forgot the "affect shadows".

banhbaodethuong wrote: rated this material with 8 Points

holzeminster wrote: i rated wrong =( 10 points !! perfect !!!!

bugibye wrote: i love both the sample scene and the plane behind... sample scene reminds me of old tv screens...

basana81 wrote: ts

Zumbi wrote: The textures I used are taken from cgtextures.com. But I am not happy with it: a plane refracts the light very strangely. So I will release another material soon, where I improved a few things, so you can use it on other objects as well.

cage-warp wrote: Excellent ! How did you make the crack in the glass??




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