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Monday, 12 November 2012

Free SU Models #9

Burt Andrew Cimafranca shares his Carpet model with Vray Fur settings. Download Carpet HERE.


  1. Just a quick point. In the Materials Editor, don't you need to uncheck the 'Use Globals' box? If you don't, then the displacement setting inserted (ie 1.5) will be ignored and the default settings for displacement will be used.

  2. you are right stuart. vray works with both global and per material. If use global is tick the material will follow the overall displacement in the v options. if not it will only follow the material setting.

  3. sir kelangan ba ng fur plugin dto? ayaw kse sken pag pnpreview ko e.. salamat sir nomer

  4. nope. check your face be sure its grouped.