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ZDi Lamp plastic shade

  ZDi Lamp plastic shade by zdi

Category Plastics
Date 2012-03-29 22:18:32
   
Rendertime 01:09:17
System intel i7 720QM 8GB DDR3 RAM Windows 7 x64
Vray version 2.0 SP1
3dsmax version 2012 SP2
   
Comment This is either a glass or plastic lamp cover or shade.
It has a bit of self-illumination via output to improve the effect.
See example for an idea:
http://www.zdi.it/render/ZDi-lamp_plastic-example.jpg

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schreck wrote: Awesome, thanks a lot mate!!

chris10 wrote: wonderful

meodenemr wrote: thank you

softy smith wrote: how to install this material in 3ds max.. can any 1 tell me

alfgueaz79 wrote: GREAT. THANKS

Arikitarukido wrote: 10 from me, perfect material, an Import and use material, tnx.

Pacific098 wrote: Cool..

benj_abdel wrote: good

aycayakin wrote: clever!

dipta dwi rizki wrote: very good

samuelln wrote: very good material but idont know how has self ilumination via output

BrunoM wrote: Nice man. tnks

shunx wrote: thanks mate..

albert26ph wrote: nice thanks

yesasd wrote: Very Nice!!! Thanks.

3amoura14 wrote: 9

kokoro wrote: nice material

skyscraper wrote: I can use non of these materials because they had access base;please help me

zdi wrote: dnfflaus: Thanks for making me want to stop posting materials for free! luigi91: The problem is in your filetype association, you opened a .mat with excel and assigned that program to that extension. It's definitely not a problem of the materials here. Yet, you can for sure open them from within 3ds max even if the association is wrong.

luigi91 wrote: why is there an excel document instead of a .vismat doc?? i cant use any of this materials because of that..

mcyrus wrote: it's a nice material..

mr.darkroom wrote: Grats

zdi wrote: Grazie kolo, mi fa piacere :)

kolo wrote: Lo sto usando....ed il risultato è veramente ottimo!!

Andrejaa wrote: Why can't I use those materials in Sketch up, and I have V ray? Thanks for answer

zdi wrote: Light bulbs not included =D




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