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grassandleaf

  grassandleaf by and.2012

Category Architecture
Date 2013-04-03 02:24:59
   
Rendertime 00:31:13
System Core i7 2630QM 2GHz, Ram: 6Gb, Video: GeForce GT 540M 2Gb
Vray version 2.0
3dsmax version 2012
   
Comment I have included the displacement and the UVW map configures used in this scene (screenshot and text document). Included the textures too (i found in internet but i modified totaly... turning it seameless)
I used the same configures of \"top sphere\" in the \"fragments\" inside the sphere to make the \"leafs\"... (they comes from original sample scene. So use your imagination to configure and make other effects... :)


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jacsolar wrote: Ok, thank you. I think I tried out something similar, but I'm not sure if I did it right. It seems like a somewhat complicated process, and since I'm just starting out with 3D (I've only spent like, 1 hour total in a 3d design programs like 3ds max.), I suppose I should just stick with the basic setup of 3ds max until I get a handle on it, which is overwhelming on its own. I've been trying to install plugins and some material libraries (With the Gnomology introduction to 3ds max tutorial on pause in the background.), because I assumed it was a simple drag and drop process for everything. But it doesn't seem like it's that easy. :p

jacsolar wrote: Ok, thank you. I think I tried out something similar, but I'm not sure if I did it right. It seems like a somewhat complicated process, and since I'm just starting out with 3D (I've only spent like, 1 hour total in a 3d design programs like 3ds max.), I suppose I should just stick with the basic setup of 3ds max until I get a handle on it, which is overwhelming on its own. I've been trying to install plugins and some material libraries (With the Gnomology introduction to 3ds max tutorial on pause in the background.), because I assumed it was a simple drag and drop process for everything. But it doesn't seem like it's that easy. :p

and.2012 wrote: Booska, yes, so similar... ;D

and.2012 wrote: jacsolar, yeah! it's personal xD... so u may substitute "my" folders to yours. Open the mat and relink the files in appropriate "new" folder in your pc.

jacsolar wrote: How do you install these kinds of materials? I tried to install it like this; vmmp/userlib/grassandleaf/(mat)/grassandleaf_img/(imgs.) but it requests pictures from what seems to be your personal folderstructure. do I have to somehow edit the mats and direct them to the appropriate directory for every single shader?

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and.2012 wrote: Thanks for all! It's my pleasure to contribute... ;D

and.2012 wrote: Thanks for all! It's my pleasure to contribute... ;D

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