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  • Hey All,

    I tried to find some indoor wall materials but was unable to find any.It would be great if anyone could give me some indoor wall materials.

    Thanks.

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    There's a zillion textures all over the net. Here's a couple of huge sites to get you started:

    http://www.cgtextures.com/

    http://www.mayang.com/textures/index.htm

    You should be able to find what you need there. If you need something really unusual, it might be more difficult, but you didn't specify.

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    Have you heard of a thing called Google?

    Hey All,

    I tried to find some indoor wall materials but was unable to find any.It would be great if anyone could give me some indoor wall materials.

    Thanks.

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  • @neil V hmm...Never heard of it:D

    i didnt mean the brick walls but simple and clean indoor painted walls.

    anyone else?

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    "simple and clean indoor painted walls" are too simple to make, so don't bother looking. :thisrocks:

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    So what are you after? Reference images for clean, painted walls? Smooth cement or stonework? I don't really understand what you are looking for? Do you have something similar that you could show us so we can better help you?

    @neil V hmm...Never heard of it:D

    i didnt mean the brick walls but simple and clean indoor painted walls.

    anyone else?

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    @neil V hmm...Never heard of it:D

    i didnt mean the brick walls but simple and clean indoor painted walls.

    anyone else?

    Not surprised you didn't find too many images of that. Why would anyone take such a picture? Think about it a little. A clean, painted wall is probably painted plasterboard (sheetrock in the USA, I think?) and if you look closely it's just a smooth surface with a slight bump. Don't bother using a texture, just make a procedural mat with very low specularity, a slight bump, and the colour you want.

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  • Let me show you wat i am after:

    go here:

    http://www.gigabright4d.com/gallery/

    chk the first one and see the walls.

    thats what i am after.

    the site owner is here on cafe too.

    his name here is : natnankumchi

    thanks.

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    Flamingo, after looking at that link you provided I fail to see how you cannot reproduce that. Just follow spedler's instructions and you will achieve it. I really is quite simple.

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    Very nice images those are, but I am as certain as I can be that the walls look nice because of the good lighting and not because of any special texture. Just give it a go, as Neil says it is a straightforward use of materials.

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  • Thanks.

    When i do it i will surely show you

    @Neil i didnt see spedlers post before

    thanks all

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    Hi,all

    @Flamingo Sorry to reply you late. I am very busy these couple weeks.

    This is Mat that I used in my scene which is vray material. It's very simple one so you can convert to C4D material. ^^

    Wall_Mat

    Cheers,

    Natnan Kumchin

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