carbon pattern in rhino

Discussion in 'Software' started by ct marine nz, Jan 8, 2008.

  1. ct marine nz
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    ct marine nz Junior Member

    can anyone point me in the right direction for a decent carbon pattern I can use for rendering in Rhino the one flamingo comes with is terrible
    Any help appreciated
     
  2. Andrew Mason
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    Don't know if this is any use, I have only used it for 2D work in Photoshop and it tiles quite nicely.
     

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  3. ct marine nz
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    ct marine nz Junior Member

    Cheers mate that worked a treat
     
  4. Andrew Mason
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    I've got these ones as well if you want something more subtle.
     

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  5. yipster
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    Andrew, tiles nicely, i've saved the map, thanks :)
     

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  6. S17665
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    You have to use a diffuse map using the texture of carbon fiber after use two layer of reflection
    1 fresnel color gray and black
    2 an inverse texture of carbon fiber

    Good luck.
     

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  7. Andrew Mason
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    Looks like you also need to add some specular reflection to really get it looking like CF
     
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