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New Texture Gallery on FaceBook


I've opened last week a new texture gallery on the Facebook page of Photosculpt, see it here:


That's 160 image files ready for immediate download!

What we say:

 Free 3D textures created with Photosculpt Textures 2 Software.
You can use them for any Computer Graphics CG project, or create your own with the 30-day demo of Photosculpt textures.

Each subject was shot twice as it's the best way to produce that crazy depth detail.
The invisible seamless tiling is an automatic feature from Photosculpt Textures 2.

Each 3D texture come with 5 maps and a preview :

- ambient occlusion map ( fake shadows in recessed areas )
- diffuse map ( color image )
- displacement map ( coding for depth, black is backwards, white is forward )
- normal map ( color code that defines the orientation vector of the surface )
- specular map ( used to remove shines in specific areas )

map texture size 512x512

More to come ! Come back soon!

Note: If you like Photosculpt and you're want to receive regular updates about this great indie software. It would be very cool if you press the button "I like it" as it helps your software with natural referencing. We appreciate your support!

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