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How To Use

 Skin Stitched

  Skin Stitched by capp

Category Organic
Date 2007-02-28 14:40:45
Rendertime 00:41:03
System dual xeon 2,8
Vray version 1.49
3dsmax version max8
Comment a story in 3 parts...


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msvera wrote: thankx

yinchiyang wrote: check it out=.=

tatizinha wrote: muito maneiro.

Ardeshir Farzi wrote: Alliiee

laflordeloto27 wrote: buenisimo!

laflordeloto27 wrote: buenisimo!

MatzeP wrote: great realism

chandni wrote: nice

sarilla27 wrote: 8 points

MentalVray wrote: very nice!

RayOfLight wrote: freaky!

Farinello0 wrote: Gratz ^^

Flatshader wrote: very nice and congratulations.

yunus wrote: I remember the story of Frankestein :).

martian_aphid wrote: impressive

Banshee wrote: No but then you could take the "normal" skin and put a single cut somewhere - it won´t look like a tiled texture then :) Then put a scar somewhere else - great possibilities there!!

capp wrote: yes, the stitching and cuts are made with masks (greyscale), so you can mix a stitching to put cuts next to stittch...all you have to to is to mix and move the mask to the point you want...but that was not the idea :-) skin normal -> cutted -> stitched....the normal process :-)

Banshee wrote: Do I see that correct? Can you "stitch" all of those shaders together to one "big" texture? Are they all made tileable for each other? So can you put a "cut" next to a "stitched" skin? :-x

Marco wrote: HOLY SH******!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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