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Thank you /3/ for the textures. I'm getting the hang to it now.
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I still don't know how to add the bump mapping though.
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>>673406

What am I looking at here?
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>>673409
Which software?
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>>673450
3DS Max and V-Ray
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>>673467
Are you using the compact material editor? If not, it'll be simpler using that.

Then on your material there's a maps tab, bump should be there, just throw in the texture and adjust the number how you want (30 is fine)

On mobile so couldn't send you a screenshot or anything. I recommend arimus3d on youtube
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>>673406
So many cabinets! For all those teapots I see. And such large doors for the large pots, you always think of everything! And the depth of the counter space! I thought it was small at first but hey, you're getting the hang to it now!
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>>673406
how did you make that teapot
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>>673563
it's the Utah teapot
it comes as a premade 'platonic' body in 3DS Max since V1
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>>673610
that was indeed my joke



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