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Hieru wrote:They look great - thanks :thumbup:
And that render does them justice!
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Thanks JQL :thumbup:
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Very good news!
I have to say that a asphalte librairie would be nice to! ;)
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Frankych wrote:Nice attention, thanks a lot Patricks.
Maybe a wall type preview would have been more appropriate ;-)

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I certainly second the Thank You. I also agree that a wall type preview would provide a better view of what the (normally) flat surface would look like.

Thank you for your continued enhancements to Thea :clap:

EDIT
Once in Thea they appear as flat plates (although at an angle that makes it pretty much impossible to tell what they look like).
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Is there a way to install Thea libraries onto a server ?
Lots of studios work from a main server so other users can access the libraries instead of installing locally.

I looked for an option to select where I wanted it installed but all I could see was the license agreement. Surely theres an option for this ?

BTW nice looking materials.

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Hieru wrote:They look great - thanks :thumbup:
The gravel in this looks awesome! Do you mind sharing a screenshot of the material settings?
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az770 wrote:The gravel in this looks awesome! Do you mind sharing a screenshot of the material settings?
Thanks :thumbup:

There are three layers and displacement, so it's not exactly easy to show in a screenshot. Tomorrow I'll see if I can source a copyright free texture and create a version of the material that can be shared.

There is also a fair amount of instancing on top of the gravel ;)
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