ARROWAY TEXTURES WOOD VOLUME TWO PDF

Matching edge textures are included Content This collection contains 20 high-res textures for various common fiberboard and particleboard materials. We have chosen materials that have an interesting and characteristic appearance, while also being very versatile in use, such as MDF, Hardboard, Softboard, OSB, chipboard, as well as cork. Diffuse, normal, bump, reflectivity and anisotropy angle maps Maps Beside a range of color variations, each texture primarily consists of a normal map and a reflectivity map - both essential for realistic rendering results. In addition, some materials also include an anisotropy map e. This allows for both, large-scale applications, as well as small-scale applications in close-up.

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Matching edge textures are included Content This collection contains 20 high-res textures for various common fiberboard and particleboard materials. We have chosen materials that have an interesting and characteristic appearance, while also being very versatile in use, such as MDF, Hardboard, Softboard, OSB, chipboard, as well as cork.

Diffuse, normal, bump, reflectivity and anisotropy angle maps Maps Beside a range of color variations, each texture primarily consists of a normal map and a reflectivity map - both essential for realistic rendering results. In addition, some materials also include an anisotropy map e.

This allows for both, large-scale applications, as well as small-scale applications in close-up. Anisotropy Maps This collection contains a number of materials, whose appearance is strongly dependent on anisotropic reflections mainly the OSB particle boards. We have therefore, for the first time, included anisotropy maps for those materials. Working with these can be a bit more involved and the process is strongly dependent on the rendering software you are using, as every software seems to interpret the angle information slightly differently.

Because anisotropy maps will play an important role in future products, we are very interested in customer feedback and would greatly appreciate if you could share your experience with us. Examples of anisotropic reflections: Brushed metal, carbon fiber, fabrics and wood Anisotropy Reflections You have seen the effect many times: Reflections and highlights that seem stretched and blurred depending on the direction in which a surface is viewed. This effect is caused by microscopic surface structure, often in form of tiny grooves or fibers.

A prominent example is brushed metal. But many other real-world materials — synthetic and organic — show this effect to some degree.

For some materials, this effect may be subtle. For others, their look is entirely dependent on anisotropic reflections wood burl, carbon fiber, certain fabrics etc. How most 3D renderers handle anisotropic reflections If your renderer supports anisotropic reflections, it will probably provide you with the option to specify two image maps to control the behavior of the effect.

One to control how strongly anisotropic the reflections should be, i. Synthetic anisotropy maps work well for some synthetic materials Why anisotropic reflections are rarely used The main problem is that the image maps needed to control the effect are rather hard to come by. You cannot simply extract this information from a normal photograph. There are also no software tools that generate at least an approximation, like, for example, CrazyBump does for normal maps.

For some synthetic materials, synthetic angle maps can be created, e. But for organic materials this would be unreasonably difficult, if not impossible. With this we are able to create accurate anisotropy maps that can be used to reproduce highly realistically anisotropic reflections. Highly realistic results with scanned anisotropy maps Specifications Approx.

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Our original Wood Veneers series was released between and to great success. It is still the most complete and, in our opinion, best collection of wood textures on the market. But a lot has changed since then in the 3D visualization business. Unbiased rendering gained market dominance which lead to a much greater focus on physical realism in general. Even in real-time visualization, physically based rendering is now a common approach.

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The updated version of the textures includes normal maps to better reproduce the fine surface detail in wood grain. Then you get the update for free! But a lot has changed since then in the 3D visualization business. Application Examples Show more examples. Show in texture browser. Unbiased rendering gained market dominance which lead to a much greater focus on physical realism in general. January December Raw and finished diffuse maps 1.

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