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Thursday, 15 November 2012

Visopt Series #11 by Arga Artistika

Here is a must download visopt from Arga Artistika. He used this visopt setting with the image below. Thanks Arga for sharing this excellent setting. Download direct HERE.


  1. I would like to know the settings for the concrete material, this is perfect!!!

  2. Good feeling of the materials. Great job!

  3. plz can you tell me how do i import a Visopt file into google?

  4. for those who are asking for materials. we dont have arga only shared his visopt.

    @nikolaos load it in your vray option. look at the very top there is a load icon

  5. I would like to know how to make the concrete floor material, this is so beautiful...
    Can anyone help or make a tutorial please?

    1. i hope arga can read this. but the way i see it its all about the texture. with a bit of blurry reflection.