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tomrayhall

Displacement How To

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  • not sure if this is where it goes but

    since alot of people have asked my how i do this , i made a small video,,if you need more help feel free to pm me

    i put some attachments of what your trying to get. grass,dirt,hay,sawdust

    heres the video link,,,if it works

    http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseacti...ideoid=58463607

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    Thanks for the mini tut.

    I have that one stored in the old grey matter for sure. :thumbsup:

    Cheers

    Steve

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    Guest drb1981

    Hey man, I can't believe how simple that is and what a great result you get from it!

    Thanks a lot for sharing dude.

    Cheers

    Deano

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    spoton.gif Great!

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    Guest designbytes

    appreciate the sharing!

    thx

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    I appreciate the sharing as well but to be honest I don't see new things in this vid compared to the 1st one.

    I would ( well not for me because I know my way around in C4D, but for new users) like to see how you did teh setup of the displacement channel.

    ea the settings you've used.

    Anyway thanks for the contribution. It is always nice to see users sharing their tips and tricks.

    Peace,

    Rich_Art. :)

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    That's a cool technique - thanks for sharing - but as Rich_Art said - maybe you could show your displacement channel settings...

    Thanks!

    Jim

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    Awesome thanks. no rocket science there, but nice to know. will be sure to use that somewhere soon, hopefully...

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  • for the most part.upload your tex image into your displacement channel and turn it up until you like what your getting,,other than that you can take you color image into photoshop and make it gray scale and change the brightness and contrast then use that as your displacement.. thats about it vary simple. ill try to do a high res video in a few days.. thank you

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    Perhaps you already know this but you don't have to use photoshop to turn a color image in a gray-scale image.

    I mostly use the filter shader for turning my color image to a gray-scale image. You can play with brightness/contrast and the high and low clipping.

    See attached image.

    Peace,

    Rich_Art. :)

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    Nice tip Rich :)

    Steve

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    Thanks for the tute.

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