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Hello, I decided to get this out now. I may add a couple of more ones later on.

There are at the moment 8 different tutorials on materials and how I define them and some tricks I do on various surface types.

Some of them involves sculpting in Zbrush and some are only Max or even Photoshop only.

So here goes:


http://www.philipk.net/tutorials/materi ... rials.html

And here are some quick links to the different tutorials:


http://www.philipk.net/tutorials/materi ... rough.html


http://www.philipk.net/tutorials/materi ... matte.html


http://www.philipk.net/tutorials/materi ... erock.html


http://www.philipk.net/tutorials/materi ... rough.html


http://www.philipk.net/tutorials/materi ... acked.html


http://www.philipk.net/tutorials/materi ... arble.html


http://www.philipk.net/tutorials/materi ... crete.html


http://www.philipk.net/tutorials/materi ... esold.html


http://www.philipk.net/tutorials/materi ... ricks.html

Hope you can find some of them useful!

And if you missed it before there are two more tutorials I made earlier on modular meshes:


http://www.philipk.net/tutorials/modula ... _sets.html


http://www.philipk.net/tutorials/modula ... rocks.html

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hah, thanks! appreciated :)

I got some feedback on them of people asking about how I go about tiling stuff like the rock wall in Zbrush etc. I kinda regret that I didn't make all the examples tilable. So I may add an extra step or so later on if you want to tile your stuff already in Zbrush.

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