Join Adam Crespi for an in-depth discussion in this video Mapping the concrete to flow around walls, part of Creating Formed Concrete 3D Textures.
- My concrete walls definitely need mapping,…and I've gotta get the material…on the floor and walkway as well.…I'll create that quickly.…Selecting the walkway and going…into the Outliner, and choosing the floor.…I'll scroll down and choose Floor in here.…And as a sidenote, what I've done…is to choose Display, Sort Order, and Alphabetical,…and this way, everything that's got a like name…shows up together.…With those two objects selected,…I'll right click and assign a new material.…This again, will be an mia_material_x_passes,…and I'll name it Concrete_exposed_aggregate.…
This one's going to be a little bit rougher,…so I'll fly out my presets and choose…a Matte Finish and Replace.…Now, what I'll do first is to get my color in.…Going into the Color, and choosing a file node.…In that file, I'll browse and choose…my concrete aggregate C.…If you'll notice, there's no glossiness in this one,…I want it to be a very matte surface.…I've got my exposed aggregate concrete I created…with the four quadrants of exposed aggregate.…
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- Laying out form ties and joints
- Painting the base color and variation
- Adding bubble holes and voids
- Adding color variation using custom brushes
- Drawing exposed aggregate sections
- Creating a poured concrete material
- Mapping the concrete to flow around walls