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rahmanpadne

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Wall Panel With Railclone
« on: October 02, 2021, 03:05:40 PM »
Hi .., anyone knows how to create this tile effects using Railclone or is there any other way to achieve this? really appreciate the help..thanks!!!

The panel made of 3 different sized tiles..like 10cm, 20 cm and 30 cm with height of 60cm!!
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iamross04

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Re: Wall Panel With Railclone
« Reply #1 on: November 24, 2021, 03:14:57 PM »
Hi .., anyone knows how to create this tile effects using Railclone or is there any other way to achieve this? really appreciate the help..thanks!!!

The panel made of 3 different sized tiles..like 10cm, 20 cm and 30 cm with height of 60cm!!
Most importantly, you'll need to add a surface to your RailClone style that will be utilized to put the cover surface. Simply add a Surface hub and wire it to the Generator's Surface information. Pick a cross section from the scene. The sections will be projected onto this surface, however since it's planar in this model there's no noticeable impact.

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Then, return to the Material supervisor. Make another Blend guide and wire it to the material's Diffuse info.

Wire the Interwoven surface to the Blend Guide's previously input.

Wire the pastel RailClone Shading guide to the subsequent information.

Make another RailClone Shading guide and wire it to the Blend Sum input.

The last material organization

Select the new RailClone Shading map and empower Color.

Cover Guide

Change the mode to As Surface on Surface and set the Mixing mode to Typical.

Click Get Tone From Guide and pick a highly contrasting cover map. This will currently cover the two surfaces, set under the RailClone object utilizing the surface's UV planning.