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Mercury

  Mercury by Endo

Category Liquid
Date 2006-09-30 04:06:45
   
Rendertime 00:02:43
System P4 3.2GHz 2G RAM
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KAWSAR HAMID wrote: Fantastic

amf13 wrote: there is no material mercury in archive

Geass wrote: Such an great Material, will go perfectly with my real flow simulations :D thanks for sharing.

abdodarwesh wrote: thanks

Muuf wrote: Me ha servido de gran ayuda... Gracias..

nnq2603 wrote: Liquid? I see it like metal or something chromy... not sure about what do you point to with this material?

yulia--85 wrote: wow!thanks!looks great!

susanmoses wrote: found a lot of materials in this file, but not one called Mercury

jelop wrote: good material very good

luiso wrote: Good material

gany_1985 wrote: thanks

chandni wrote: awesome

Smart wrote: It's chrome.....

abc864168 wrote: so good!

adryancyc wrote: Nice crome :)

vincentpol wrote: looks great

Levui wrote: only crome in mat file... other standart (no vray)




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