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|Product Name:||Glamour Fabric Shaders 2 - Merchant Resource and Shaders for Iray|
|Published Artist(s):||DimensionTheory, Handspan Studios|
Handspan Studios and DimensionTheory present Glamour Fabric Shaders 2 for Iray, ultra fine realistic fabric shaders.
Glamour 2 is a new collection specializing in dramatic dance, sensual and luxury apparel fabrics, this one is made to take advantage of Iray's amazing shader capabilities. It contains 260 Shader Presets and the tiling texture maps they are based on. The focus is on glitz and glamour with lavish metallic, stretch lycra and soft satins, delicate netting and flashy sequins, holographic fabrics and sheers. Visually striking, realistic textures make for renders that will stand out from the crowd. Hundreds of easy to use presets are at your fingertips in an exciting array of fashion colors. The sophisticated color palettes are loosely based on fashion (Pantone) forecasts.
The 260 shader presets consist of 25 unique tiling texture patterns plus the preset color variations based on those patterns. Most fabrics have between 8 and 12 color presets. Many more color variations are possible by the end user customizing the diffuse and/or refection parameters. These shaders are based on 284 highly optimized texture, bump, transparency and specular maps and the various material settings customized for Daz Studio Iray. Shiny fabrics exquisitely embellished with sequins, glitter and foil. Useful in your renders wherever you need extra shimmer to draw the eye or a fabric to set the sensual mood. A wide selection of metallic, glitter knit, satin, lace, holoscale, netting and more.
The texture tiles may be used as a merchant resource in creating UV map textures for sale.
Below is a list of the installation package types provided by this product. The name of each package contains a Package Qualifier (WIP), which is used as a key to indicate something about the contents of that package.
[ ] = Optional, depending on target application(s)
Not all installation packages provide files that are displayed to the user within the interface of an application. The packages listed below, do. The application(s), and the location(s) within each application, are shown below.
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