Texturing a Doormat Using V-Ray Displacement Mod - Free 3D Model

Texturing a Doormat Using V-Ray Displacement Mod

 
Good day my friends..this time i'm gonna share a trick to creating a 3D doormat. There's two methodes to make it, first using a vray displacement mod and second is using vray fur.

     There's a plus and minus between these two ways. If we use vray displacement, the plus is very simple in use and fast in rendering, and the minus is not really realistic but its enough for a far view. Second methode is vrayfur, the result is really nice, realistic, but it takes more times to render and more complicated to manage because there's a lot of options.
This time I'm gonna show you how to make the doormat using V-Ray DisplacementMod. Lets go..

1. Create this model. An 80 x 50 rounded rectangle and extruded with height 0.1, or you can use a plane with same size and rounded too.

Fig. 01

2. Now go to material tab and create a V-ray material. See Fig.02.

Fig. 02

3. In V-Ray material roll out click ‘Diffuse’ and select 'Bitmap'.
 
Fig. 03

4. Select the bitmap or jpg that we gonna use for the doormat material.

Fig. 04

5. Now we have this material. Select the model that we’ve made and assign material to the object.
Fig 05
6. After assigning the material, now go to modify tab, click the modifier list roll out and click 'UVW Map'. Set the UVW Map parameter, see pic 06.

Fig. 06

7.Click the modifier list roll out again, scroll down and select VRay Displacement Mod.
Fig. 07

8. Set the V-Ray Displacement Mod parameter like you see in Fig.08.
Fig. 08

9. Still in V-Ray Displacement Mod parameter panel, click the 'Texmap' button and select 'Bitmap'. Choose the same bitmap as we use for the material. Or you can drag and drop it to the button.

Fig.09

10. Hit 'Render', its the result (pic 09). Do some experiment to get optimal result.

Pic. 08

10. Thats all friends, see you next tutorial.



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