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    eye kan kode gud jrandom's Avatar
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    Procedural Concrete

    I haven't tested out the larger-scale variations yet, but seems to work okay in close-up. (If anyone tries this, my light source is set at 200%. If you use the default 100% the color will be much dimmer.)

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    Very nice. Thanx for sharing =)

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    It looks excellent, is it true scale? I want to use it as is if possible without trying to scale it.

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    Thank you. Nice texture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by djwaterman View Post
    It looks excellent, is it true scale? I want to use it as is if possible without trying to scale it.
    True-ish scale, yes. You're looking at steps. It should work as-is, although there's some larger-scale scuffing that might not work across larger surfaces very well. It's the RidgedMultiFractal node -- you might have to play with the scale on that one.

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    Nice job! Looks like a lot of work though

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    Nah, that one's pretty simple when you break it down. Heck, it's only mixing a mere two material nodes. :P

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    Thanks for sharing jrandom
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    Very nice image & interesting setup Thanks for sharing it!

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    Nice node
    thank you
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    Looks nice, the gloss reflections work nice.

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    Thanks, it's looking great.
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