How do I add materials to VRay?
Right-click on any material in the Material’s list for a context menu to appear. You can apply the material to the currently selected object or to a layer. Use the Apply To Layer and select any layer to apply the material.
What materials are used to make curtains?
The most common types of curtain fabric are cotton, silk, linen, polyester, velvet, acrylic, rayon, brocade, lace and voile.
- Cotton. Cotton is a versatile fabric used to achieve a range of styles.
- Silk. If silk doesn’t say ‘luxury’ nothing does.
- Polyester. This is a very common choice.
How do I use the drape tool in SketchUp?
When you’re ready to drape the edges, follow these steps:
- Select the edges you want to drape over the TIN.
- Select the Drape tool ( ) from the Sandbox toolbar or select Tools > Sandbox > Drape.
- Click the TIN to drape the selected edges onto the TIN, as shown on the right in the following figure (Callout 2).
Where can I find a good V-Ray material tutorial?
Via Ronen Bekerman comes a great V-Ray Material Tutorial from Alfa Smyrna (pixela) who shows how to create a realistic curtain material using a V-Ray 2-Sided material. Check out the Creating a Realistic Curtain Material using V-Ray Tutorial here.
What is the vray2sidedmtl?
The venerable VRay2SidedMtl (VRay Two Sided Material) is one of these. The VRay2SidedMtl can actually be used in two scenarios: To simulate sub-surface scattering in thin plane or non-shelled meshes like leaves, paper lamps and curtains; or Simply apply two different materials to the front and backface normals of a 2d mesh.
How do you make a curtain look translucent?
It is a V-Ray 2-Sided Material to create the translucent look and imitate how light scatters through. There is a falloff map for refraction which makes the curtain less transparent on sides. There is also a map (the same map for both side and front colors) which creates the stripes on my curtain.
What are the properties of silky curtains?
On silky curtains, there are reflections. I will disregard the tactile surface properties (bumps) as I am not going to make any close-up shots for curtains.The main form is made up of folds which is related with how the curtain is sewn and hang (again this is the coverage of the modeling stage).