Author Topic: Material Library Updates - Share your ideas  (Read 8532 times)

2017-12-12, 13:31:00

johnymrazko

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We are planning to continuously expand our shader collection, and we would like to hear what new materials you would like to see in the upcoming library.

Feel free to post and suggest anything - some new general category or specific materials, but if possible, please also provide real world examples of the material (google link, photo, etc)

Thanks a lot!


2017-12-12, 14:15:47
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Presets for hair and fur and some displacement short carpets.

Fix for the tottaly red albedo on some of the fabrics.

CoronaMultimap floor.

Some of the typical industrial shaders like "Black steel mate paint" with small noise/calucar in bump   
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2017-12-12, 14:20:08
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Thanks - do you have any image examples of those carpets and industrial shaders?


2017-12-12, 14:27:24
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various types of bricks, and maybe roads and paveings would be great.

2017-12-12, 14:50:09
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Seamless road asphalt.
Linoleum floor.
Various floor tiles.
Sheet metal http://cdn.eastwood.com/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/p/1/p14042_1.jpg
Different styles of brushed metal https://i.pinimg.com/736x/ba/4c/67/ba4c678d54807fb251aeb09d3da21257--elevator-design-elevator-lobby.jpg
Some of them feel very brushed and some feel very smooth if you touch with fingers..
anonized or...I dont know what but this http://blogs.wofford.edu/thespace/files/2013/05/Nuts-Bolts.jpeg
Painted metal to be used with in some products, old and also fine glossy paint https://cdn.lynda.com/courses/371547-635860536385978835_338x600_thumb.jpg

....just looking what I have around me :) Will post more ideas later

2017-12-12, 15:50:43
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Seamless road asphalt.
Linoleum floor.
Various floor tiles.
Sheet metal http://cdn.eastwood.com/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/p/1/p14042_1.jpg
Different styles of brushed metal https://i.pinimg.com/736x/ba/4c/67/ba4c678d54807fb251aeb09d3da21257--elevator-design-elevator-lobby.jpg
Some of them feel very brushed and some feel very smooth if you touch with fingers..
anonized or...I dont know what but this http://blogs.wofford.edu/thespace/files/2013/05/Nuts-Bolts.jpeg
Painted metal to be used with in some products, old and also fine glossy paint https://cdn.lynda.com/courses/371547-635860536385978835_338x600_thumb.jpg

....just looking what I have around me :) Will post more ideas later

thanks a lot for this !

2017-12-12, 15:51:27
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various types of bricks, and maybe roads and paveings would be great.

could you provide at least some real world example of these?

Thanks

2017-12-12, 16:39:22
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stone walls with displacement, asfalt (dry, wet) bricks with displacement, more fabrics..
 

2017-12-12, 17:16:07
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stone walls with displacement, asfalt (dry, wet) bricks with displacement, more fabrics..
 

More fabric  patterns or color variations ? Any inspiration ?

2017-12-13, 01:57:36
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yes some patterns could be nice for pillows , more textile fabrics for sofas, wool, leather but worn out, velvet with some variations

2017-12-13, 05:04:55
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Throwing my hat in with a few requests:

1. Larger seamless smooth wood/wood veneer textures (to cover for example a 4m x 6m wall). Incredibly useful for projects like this: https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/215891375870265708/ this https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/329748003957634972/ or this https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/543457880025229820/ where you don't want to see any tiling or massive grain/knots on large wall surfaces due to the use of small texture sample sizes. Arroway are my go to for wood, but they aren't the best and need a lot of tweaking.

2. More stone like this wall and floor finish: https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/458593174541881495/

3. Travertine: https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/297448750382496578/ and https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/480407485226012162/ and https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/564568503267214409/

4. Various kinds of Terrazzo: https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/443815738264858219/ and https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/86553624068345175/

5. More white marble able to cover large surfaces: https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/223561568980143583/ and https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/162481499033011900/

6. Dark bronze (for architectural cladding and for detail shots). https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/438115869991028563/ the reception desk here: https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/685743480734181163/ and this door: https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/548594798336492593/

7. Generic seamless carpet materials: https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/99079260530584671/

8. Generic seamless "soft rug" materials: https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/464574517797782814/ and https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/464574517797839888/

These are probably the most common materials I use in day to day arch viz.
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Vray who?

2017-12-13, 09:40:58
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Mostly Interior and Exterior shaders.

Interior: Flooring & wall tiles, Marble, granite, bricks
             
Exterior: Ground surface its like Grass, hard surface and Snow, Pebbles, road and Stucco.

Few more foliages, Pool water, raindrop and Ocean water.

Please check my attachments
Thanks





2017-12-13, 16:01:54
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Thanks - do you have any image examples of those carpets and industrial shaders?

Metals like this
http://www.rokom-kominki.com.pl/public/images/products/6221/14364-zoom.jpg
https://ocdn.eu/skapiec-transforms/1/xznk9kpTURBXy8yMDFiMmFlNmQyNTRmMDdkYWExYTAzOTdjNjAwZTc3Yy5qcGeSlQLNArwAwsOVAgDNArzCw4EBAQ

Both used in variety in products in whole NCS scale so pretty much a shell with CoronaColor like those fabric's would be the best.

Galvanized metal:
http://images.wisegeek.com/steel-bucket.jpg

Roof Tiles pretty much all google searches say all.


Also more wall's and stones textures:
Pietra Grey: https://mqpolska.pl/assets/ZdjeciaDostaw/pietragrey.jpg
Bianco Carrara
Calacatta etc.
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2017-12-13, 18:35:34
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If any new brick/stone material is introduced I'd also suggest making at least one version that utilizes Bercon and Multi-texture maps so that we get a seamless/randomized look. I'd add displacement to that also, but it gets a little tricky there as, if I recall correctly, meshes need to modified at corners for displacement to work properly with this type of setup. I could be wrong though.