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Sep012010

The Best Quality Seamless Tileable 3D Textures Ever

3D materials can be used by CG (computer graphics) artists to create photorealistic virtual scenes for architecture, video effects, animation, games, illustrations. The most photorealistic 3D materials mimick the way light is behaving using textures maps.

 Sample texturesClick on the link below to view and start downloading individual texture maps now. (created with Photosculpt Textures v1.0)

FREE 3D Material Textures 10-Pack 

Click to view and buy more textures from Eur 5.99

Texture maps are in *.jpg format and 1024x1024 pixels in size

Available maps are: diffuse, displacement, normal, specular and ambient occlusion

A video is also available.

Why is PhotoSculpt Texture different?

  • Because PhotoSculpt Textures uses a new binocular vision algorithm.
  • In short, it uses 2 photos of the same subject for a perfect depth analysis of the texture.
  • Using the depth, it extracts automatically all 2D maps needed by your 3D software (Normal maps, Depth maps, Ambient Occlusion maps, Specular maps, Diffuse maps).
  • In addition to this, all maps can be set tileable in one click.

Software used :

Start creating your own material today with the 30 days trial!

It's actually quite easy: Jump to Tutorial 7: Create your 3D material Shader with Photosculpt

Best Regards,

Hippolyte from www.photosculpt.net

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Reader Comments (3)

Waou, very nice textures.
Thank you very much.

September 6, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterjokteur

You're welcome Jokteur, don't hesitate to share the info to your friends and/or colleagues.
It's actually quite easy to do, see tutorial 7 above. You can create your own today with the same quality.

September 7, 2010 | Registered CommenterHippolyte Mounier

Brilliant ! Thanks ..

September 30, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterOnlineRender

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