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2020-10-15, 10:44:49
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Wall covering; scan-based material
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« Last Edit: 2020-10-26, 08:13:05 by cjwidd »

2020-10-15, 15:32:36
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@lupaz I'm not totally sure what you mean? Do you mean a photogrammetry based approach to scanning a surface?

Right. I thought maybe you were referring to photogrammetry or laser scanning.

2020-10-17, 01:34:46
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« Last Edit: 2020-10-26, 08:13:24 by cjwidd »

2020-10-21, 11:40:55
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« Last Edit: 2020-10-26, 08:13:42 by cjwidd »

2020-10-21, 11:51:00
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Great tiling? What method did you use?
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2020-10-21, 22:33:26
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@Juraj, Afraid I can't take credit in that regard; the tile is larger than the camera frame so no seams are visible.
« Last Edit: 2020-10-21, 22:37:46 by cjwidd »

2020-10-24, 02:49:57
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« Last Edit: 2020-10-26, 08:13:57 by cjwidd »

2020-10-26, 09:25:16
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2020-11-05, 10:50:37
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2020-11-07, 22:13:44
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Cataphote (rear wave dents)

2020-11-08, 15:45:17
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ooo me likey, this one! nice cataphote!
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2020-11-08, 15:55:18
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Nice one indeed. Substance Designer? Displacement, or normal map?
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2020-11-09, 00:49:52
Reply #132

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Hey guys, thanks! Definitely an unusual material - I pulled a normal map from the Substance Source library and built a shader around that.

Basically it's a translucent plastic with a clear coat and imperfections.

« Last Edit: 2020-11-09, 01:04:53 by cjwidd »

2020-11-09, 10:14:57
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I wonder, why are you color correcting normal map?
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2020-11-09, 20:42:27
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@romullus Yeah, that is a good question. tldr; gamma correction

The normal map is being imported with a gamma override (1.0) and then a 0.45 gamma correction is being applied in the color correct texmap.

Technically, the normal map could be imported with an automatic (recommended) 2.2 gamma correction, and then the color correct texmap would not be necessary, but I'm so accustomed to applying gamma override (1.0) to normal maps on import, I didn't want to adjust the import settings for this one map.

The normal map was baked out from a .SBSAR in the Slate Material Editor and I think a gamma curve is being applied internally during that operation(?) I've been talking to the integrations team about it to get some clarification.