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Bronze Old

  Bronze Old by johaannn

Category Metal
Date 2009-02-20 21:56:54
   
Rendertime 00:05:47
System Q9300 2,5GHz
Vray version -
3dsmax version -
   
Comment Simple material with dirtblend mask . For some decoration, statues etc.

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kokuw wrote: thanx

fecescajadillo wrote: THANKSSSS

PandoraboxStudio wrote: Thanks

smirnov.mskblock wrote: thank you

carla.garcia.pages wrote: 9 points

pileman wrote: Looks awesome

dan1elsosa wrote: gracias, muy buen material

arkradio wrote: un buen material para aplicarlo en esculturas y jarrones graciAS

p.santos wrote: great!

Florinmocanu wrote: If you want that, you achived some of the effect, but you have to much greenish , tone it down i guess, and also, the material is way to reflective, it should look older and not so shiny, and i think a bit darker and with a small tint of red in the open areas.

lefteris.betsis wrote: This is grate!!!! Excellent Thank you

lefteris.betsis wrote: This is grate!!!! Excellent Thank you

johaannn wrote: thanks for feedback, but i meant a bronz like on these pictures, from which are old canons and jewels made :) http://lh4.ggpht.com/_ZMXvcaxQLvQ/SDva8bHDSkI/AAAAAAAAEGs/vX8oBcQP_s8/s1024/DSC02969.JPG

Florinmocanu wrote: Good setup. I will look into it since i have my own version. But to greenish, copper goes green when wear and tear sets in, not bronze. Bronze gets a dark brown color in those areas.




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