Author Topic: Material Library Updates - Share your ideas  (Read 12339 times)

2017-12-13, 18:38:37
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Benny

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All sorts of classical wood siding, board on batten, board on board, shingle, shake, etc...

https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/347903139934819935


2018-01-10, 12:43:05
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Requests above this line will be considered for the first update of the Corona Material Library. Please note that some of the already submitted ideas may not be eventually included in the upcoming update, and will be re-considered for the next round.
Ideas starting from this point will be considered only for the next (2nd) update.
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2018-01-11, 08:39:16
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Hozkr Mejia

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Requests above this line will be considered for the first update of the Corona Material Library. Please note that some of the already submitted ideas may not be eventually included in the upcoming update, and will be re-considered for the next round.
Ideas starting from this point will be considered only for the next (2nd) update.
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Great, I hope my suggestion reaches to be taken into account.

Thanks guys, they do a great job !! :)

2018-01-24, 10:45:55
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Jpjapers

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I hope powdercoated/sprayed metal is in the new update because its one that i have to create daily :P

2018-01-24, 10:46:41
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Jpjapers

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Also stainless steel sheet and Terrazzo flooring would be nice.

2018-02-13, 18:52:08
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Has there been a suggestion to add the round corners to some of the materials? I find myself adding this more often for details. Thanks!

2018-04-05, 07:48:11
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Has there been a suggestion to add the round corners to some of the materials? I find myself adding this more often for details. Thanks!

Hi not yet - you are the first one with such request :)


2018-07-09, 11:31:32
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2018-07-09, 17:48:30
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I'd love to see more water types such as pool water, lake/ocean, etc.

Also, in terms of brick/tile/wood floors, would it be possible to have materials utilizing a bercontile/multimap setup? Or would that be too much of an issue in terms of providing individual textures for the multimap copyright wise?

2018-07-09, 17:53:34
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NicoB

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First I have to say, that the new carpet materials are really nice!
I would like to see a whole set of marble materials (veyned especially).
Its always hard to find nice maps on this.
At least for me..

2018-07-10, 00:39:08
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Snow...this is always tough.  Large scale vs small, icy vs powdery, etc.  Would come in super handy.

Thanks!
Daniel

2018-07-10, 12:36:03
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Ceramic tiles and stainless steel are top of my list for sure as well as powdercoated metal or sprayed metal!

2018-07-10, 14:16:14
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some ideas from myself include interior floor and wall tiles - recently I was looking for such materials and it's not easy to find them, usually modelling 3d tiles works best, but also takes more time

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