Size, px x px (mpx). Real size, m x m (m2) ft x ft (ft 2). Resolution, 81dpi. Seamless, horizontally/vertically. This collection contains different gravel textures and – as an industry first – gravel as real 3D geometry. Along with the included stone textures, this opens. Diffuse (01), %, Diffuse map. Diffuse (02), %, Diffuse map. Diffuse (03), %, Diffuse map. Diffuse (04), %, Diffuse map. Diffuse (05), %, Diffuse .
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Due to the somewhat ‘fractal’ nature of gravel and its individual pebbles, it is possible to scale the meshes up or down with basically no limit. Its role in architecture, ardoway and even interior design will let this challenge persist. Stone Textures Meant to be used with the 3D gravel meshes, this product also contains especially optimized stone textures in different styles and colors, based on 94 distinct sets.
Each stone texture has been created so that its inherent variation in surface texture and color mirrors the variability of the whole gravel surface. For gravel that is farther away or seen from a shallow angle, only one of the two layers may need to be switched on, for instance.
Shared base textures with various map types Base Textures There are 15 different base textures in total, each consisting of the following: Any PC that is not older than, say, 10 years should have no trouble with them whatsoever.
You are of course not limited to the set of stone textures included in this product. Meant to be used with the 3D gravel meshes, this product also contains especially optimized stone textures in different styles and colors, based on 94 distinct sets.
Clustered meshes arroeay for flexibility Mesh Clusters To have the whole gravel surface as one single mesh object would not be practical. Since polygon counts matter less and less these days, it has now become a viable approach to render complex surfaces, such as gravel, as real 3D geometry.
Each texture consists of diffuse, bump, normal, displacement and reflectivity maps, as well as a number of special maps that will help you to modify the gravel textures or to create entirely new textures. Hundreds of stone textures included Specifications Each stone texture has a real-world scale of 50cm x 50cm at a arrowayy of px x px and consists of Diffuse map, i.
The base texture contributes the displacement and normal maps, which are unique to the gravel type. One that is widely used is displacement mapping. Natural variation through random mapping coordinates Inherent Variation Each stone texture has been created so that its inherent variation in surface texture and color mirrors the variability of the whole gravel surface.
These stone texture are meant to be used in conjunction with the 3D gravel meshes to produce a large variety of highly realistic gravel styles. Stonf is more than one way in which these gravel textures can be used. Real-Time Usage With their power-of-2 resolution of px x px, these argoway are perfect in real-time applications, e. Skip to main content.
Contains depth information, describing the basic shape of the gravel surface Normal map: In cases where a greater mesh detail is needed, our gravel meshes can easily be further subdivided to produce the desired resolution. With the use of mesh object instancing, it is possible to cover areas of several hundred square meters, without consuming much more memory as one single gravel mesh would.
Since these stone textures are meant to be used with the 3D gravel meshes, the same requirements apply:. As a compromise, we’ve fused pebbles into individual pebble clusters of 25cm x 25cm each.
The variation texture contains diffuse, bump and reflectivity maps, which are unique to each variation. Although our gravel meshes have a nominal size of 2m x 2m and 4m x 4m, you are not bound to this scale. Each individual pebble has been assigned a random material ID between 1 and 10 srone in case of gravel-base Several different techniques can be employed in trying to compensate for this fact.
Real 3D gravel is the solution Our Solution Since polygon counts matter less and less these days, it has now become a viable approach to render complex surfaces, such as gravel, as real 3D geometry. In this example, the same mesh works as small grains of sand, medium sized pebbles, as well as larger cobbles. The 3D gravel meshes that are contained in this product cover an area of nominally 2m x 2m and 4m x 4m.
Neither would it be possible to have every pebble be its own mesh object. Contains basic shading information Edge map: Variation textures Variation Textures There are stond textures, each consisting of the following: Gravel Textures Gravel textures This product contains different gravel textures, which were created based on 15 different gravel types and styles.
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Each stone texture has a real-world scale of 50cm x 50cm at a resolution of px x px and consists of. This product contains different gravel textures, which were created based on 15 different gravel types and styles.
Comparison of different render techniques Render-Time Usage There is more than one way stonf which these gravel textures can be used. Most 3D applications these days support at least basic normal mapping; many do also offer displacement mapping or similar advanced techniques.