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In accordance with the art. 13 section 1 and 2 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation 2016/679 of the 27th April, 2016 on the protection of natural persons, with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation), hereafter RODO, I hereby inform that:

1. EVERMOTION S.C., 8 Przędzalniana Str., 15-688 Białystok, Poland is the Administrator of your Personal Data (APD)

2. Data Protection Inspector can be reached through e-mail: iod@evermotion.org

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Create Dirty Windows - material tutorial

RenderRam 2024-04-22 10:07 tutorial  > Making of  > modeling

New tutorial by RenderRam.

Today on RenderRam you can learn how to make dirt on window glass.

Imperfection textures play a crucial role in achieving photorealistic 3D texturing by adding subtle details that mimic the real-world wear and tear of surfaces. These textures include a variety of elements such as scratches, smudges, dirt, fingerprints, and surface irregularities, which break the uniformity of otherwise perfect textures and add realism to the 3D models. By incorporating these imperfections, textures gain a level of complexity and authenticity that makes them more convincing to the eye.

Technically, these imperfections can be implemented using various maps, such as normal maps, roughness maps, and ambient occlusion maps, which interact with lighting to produce realistic shading and reflections. For instance, a roughness map can define areas of a surface that are more or less reflective, creating a nuanced and varied interaction with light. Additionally, imperfections can be layered using shader techniques to dynamically adjust the visibility and intensity of these details based on environmental factors, such as weather conditions or user interactions. This layered approach ensures that the imperfections contribute to the overall visual narrative of the scene, enhancing the immersive quality of the 3D environment.

Author: RenderRam Editor: Michał Franczak
Tags: window texturing material materials materials texturing material imperfections imperfections
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