|FlippedNormals Eye Kit
FlippedNormals Eye Kit
The FlippedNormals Eye Kit provides you with instant, drag-and-drop, realistic eyes for your characters. The eyes work for both VFX and Games and can be used for everything from extreme close-ups to distant shots.
Get instant, realistic eyes for all your characters and creatures, whether you’re working in film or games.
The real magic of eyes happens in the iris, which has been carefully handcrafted in ZBrush to provide incredible detail. The handcrafted approach means the eyes work for extreme close-ups and macro shots. The eyes were sculpted and textured by Senior Character & Creature Artist Fareed Nagy.
SIX EYE COLORS
The FlippedNormals Eye Kit includes 6 iris colors and 2 sclera (white of the eye) variations.
All VFX eyes come with blendshapes for pupil dilation and constriction. Animating the pupil is as easy as dragging on a slider – giving you the power to truly bring your characters to life. The pupil dilation and constriction are set up and ready to use in Arnold, VRay, Blender, and Modo, as well as being provided as OBJ files.
The FlippedNormals Eye Kit is ready to use with the software listed below.
Arnold for Maya
VRay for Maya
If you want to use the Eye Kit in a different software, you can easily do so with the provided FBX and OBJ files. You simply drag and drop them into your desired software and plug in the maps.
The FlippedNormals Eye Kit includes high-quality PNG and EXR maps ranging from 512px to 4k, providing you with the detail you need for any situation.
VFX – All maps listed are included in the sizes 512px, 1024px, 2048px, and 4096px
Realtime – All maps listed are included in the sizes 512px, 1024px, 2048px, and 4096px
This is a personal license as stated on the FlippedNormals licensing page.
Below is a list of the installation package types provided by this product. The name of each package contains a Package Qualifier, which is used as a key to indicate something about the contents of that package.
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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