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PostPosted: Thu Jan 11, 2007 8:43 pm    Post subject: Wood tiles sample file Reply with quote

This is a very uncommon application for Bricks'n'Tiles, but you can also create wooden floor textures with Bricks'n'Tiles as you can see in this sample file. Click on the link, open the file with Bricks'n'Tiles and click "Update", you will receive this result (the image shows both, the tiled texture and the texture in original size)



This file has kindly been provided Patrick Nieborg from the Kerkythea Renderer Project.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 27, 2008 4:03 pm    Post subject: How about roof tiles? Reply with quote

They are a pain to do, but with a decent bump map, might work, not to mention lawns, sand, etc.
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 27, 2008 8:23 pm    Post subject: Re: How about roof tiles? Reply with quote

Dicon wrote:
They are a pain to do


Nope. Not with Bricks'n'Tiles Wink

Dicon wrote:

but with a decent bump map, might work


Indeed...a nice bump map will improve your renderings and they are easily created with Bricks'n'Tiles, too!

Dicon wrote:

not to mention lawns, sand, etc.


Natural texures like sand or grass are really hard to achive, but there are some very good textures around at the internet. If you want to create your own, take a photo and make it tileable with PhotoShop or use the Texture Synthesizer.

Have fun!
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