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How To Use

Earth_KD

  Earth_KD by Damyanov

Category Organic
Date 2006-10-22 12:09:38
   
Rendertime 00:17:11
System AMD Athlon 64 FX60
Vray version -
3dsmax version -
   
Comment 2D Vray Displaced earth material (Amount 0.4, Schift -0.4cm) which can be put under flowers when zooming in. Reflection Glossiness could be higher to see more dry.Use the Diffuse Texture for the Vray Displacement.

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kouks1990 wrote: thank you so much, nice material

brayan582 wrote: excelent

juli0o79 wrote: How to use it?

Conejo wrote: Agagin bronen mat

melgermand wrote: excellent

chilllouttt wrote: excelent!!!

diego123 wrote: rated this material with 9 Points

designbyhy wrote: something wrong.. material is broken :-(

cebits wrote: thanks

marinkangel wrote: thank you so much

RUsHMoD wrote: Arigato, kore wa ii desu yo x)))

dongonchalves wrote: great one thank you!

snowhill07 wrote: Thats not the earth! Wheres all the continents.ocean, and atmosphere? Good job on the dirt mat.

kuraha wrote: thank you!!

fa-mo wrote: very nice mat

AmauriSantos wrote: Muito Obrigado. Material ótimo!!

vbn wrote: Dobar material. Prodaljavai v sashtia duh.

cyy wrote: ^O^ THANK YOU

CADinho wrote: great mat... 10_10 points

robert3 wrote: looks like iron ore stuck on a magnet

Banshee wrote: Looks a bit like some kind of metal in the reflections... why 2D-Displacement? That´s a lot slower than 3D..?

robertjiay wrote: i get it now thanks

robertjiay wrote: a silly question how do i use *.mat how do i apply_open this file in 3dsmax? thanks a lot

robertjiay wrote: a silly question how do i use *.mat how do i apply_open this file in 3dsmax? thanks a lot

robertjiay wrote: a silly question how do i use *.mat how do i apply_open this file in 3dsmax? thanks a lot




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