Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Blender's Powerful Procedural Textures!

So it is indeeeeeed possible! I've been looking at the Stuart Little DVD we have here and I was amazed and was self-pitying at the same time at the leather/fabric texture they had on his clothes and pants and I was simply concluding, "It's an image texture, they might have a department doing those kinds of texture stuffs." But even if that was true, still I was able to find out that Blender it its humble state is capable of achieving such effects with a neat use of plugins. And it isn't an image so I need not worry about stretching, seams, whatsoever, which I'm very sick of.

All thanks to Wes Burke and the Vimeo Tutorial he uploaded at http://vimeo.com/4714564

Thank you thank you thank youuuu so much! *boogie*

2 comments:

Radialronnie said...

hmm, that's weird, but the voice in the video really sounds like Jonathan Williamson!
(http://montagestudio.org/jonathan-page/jonathan-williamson/)

reynante said...

Radialronnie: HmmMmm, I guess it is Jonathan afterall. ^_^'