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COmplex Material.

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darioOrtisi
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COmplex Material.

Hello. I'll try to replicate this material in a procedural way mixing materials. Does anyone some hint? I try with curvature, with facing ratio with round corner. The machined edges\flat parts are the problem, not the roughness smothed. Thanks

Dario

3367-trasmissione.jpg

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lee_griggs
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Are you saying the mesh is one solid object and that you want to apply a separate material to the shiny areas only? Do you mean want to achieve anisotropic highlights? Do you have anything to share so that we may comment?

Lee Griggs
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lee_griggs
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Anisotropic brushed metal tutorial here.

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darioOrtisi
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3372-test-1.png

The first one. One object. The part brushed, with different material. I know and i do selecting uv shell and textur mapping and controlled by a map on mix node. But the is a node that controlling the flat angles?The image is my test mix controlled by map painted.

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