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Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Some Useful tutorials

These are old tutorials I managed to salvaged with the old asgvis site. They are still good, although they use the old version of Vray for SketchUp

Malmond's Glass Block

First, I started with a simple clear glass map I downloaded from this forum. I simply renamed it Glass_Block_Clear and made the following adjustments.



Bump Map


and Displacement Map was all I used (u and v set to .125 in both maps by the way)


I painted only the front and back face with this material.

Surrounded it with a dark SU glass of choice. Green seemed like a good idea.
I then made the single glass block into a group and stacked it as I wanted.

And here's a little bathroom I played around with over the weekend. I think it looks pretty decent. Comments and crits are most welcome, I'm still trying to learn the inner workings of V-Ray. Thanks to all.

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