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Saturday, 18 June 2011

How To Make A Seamless Concrete Texture

David Hier aka "hieru" has shared an excellent tutorial on how to make a seamless concrete texture.

The following tutorial details the methods used to create a concrete material similar to the one used in this  entry for the 2011 Evermotion architectural visualisation rendering competition.
Evermotion 2011 Competition Render

More of this article HERE.

This is the model where he used the concrete texture rendered in Thea, which you can actually download in the 3dwarehouse. Again thanks to David for his generosity.


  1. And how long did it take to render that scene? What settings did you use? High? Have you tried rendering in Vray/max?
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  2. Great pos t