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System Requirements These textures are on the low-end regarding the demand they put of hard- and software. Any PC that is not older than, say, 10 years should have no trouble with them whatsoever. Most 3D applications these days support at least basic normal mapping; many do also offer displacement mapping or similar advanced techniques. No matter how well the texture is made, how precise its normal or displacement map describes the virtual gravel surface, it still is just a two-dimensional approximation of a complex three-dimensional structure. Several different techniques can be employed in trying to compensate for this fact. One that is widely used is displacement mapping.

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Along with the included stone textures, this opens up a near-endless variety of different gravel styles. Next to 3D people and vegetation, rendering realistic gravel is one of the last remaining challenges when it comes to architectural visualization. Most 3D artists try to avoid graveled surfaces wherever possible. But gravel is a very important building material and cannot always be avoided — nor should it be. Its role in architecture, landscaping and even interior design will let this challenge persist.

Fortunately, technology has now caught up with the problem. With this texture collection we are attempting to close this particular gap between the imagination of the client and what you as a 3D artist can deliver.

Further details The product consists of the following three major parts: Gravel Textures: This product contains a total of gravel textures, based on 15 different gravel styles. Each texture consists of diffuse, bump, normal, displacement and reflectivity maps, as well as a number of special maps that will help you to modify the gravel textures or to create entirely new textures.

This product contains gravel meshes based on 15 different gravel styles in sizes of 4m? All meshes are provided in. Stone Textures: Meant to be used with the 3D gravel meshes, this product also contains especially optimized stone textures in different styles and colors, based on 94 distinct sets. Each texture set consists of diffuse, bump, normal, as well as reflectivity maps.

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Juk No matter how well the texture is made, how precise its normal or displacement map describes the virtual gravel surface, it still is just a two-dimensional approximation of a complex three-dimensional structure. Contains mask information in form of a random color assigned to every individual stone The displacement and normal maps are used in conjunction with the variation texture on render time. Since these stone textures are meant to be used with the 3D gravel meshes, the same requirements apply:. You are of course not limited to the set of stone textures included in this product. All meshes are provided in.

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Arroway Textures Stonework Vol 1

Along with the included stone textures, this opens up a near-endless variety of different gravel styles. Next to 3D people and vegetation, rendering realistic gravel is one of the last remaining challenges when it comes to architectural visualization. Most 3D artists try to avoid graveled surfaces wherever possible. But gravel is a very important building material and cannot always be avoided — nor should it be. Its role in architecture, landscaping and even interior design will let this challenge persist. Fortunately, technology has now caught up with the problem.

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