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Does anyone have a 3d clay roof tile shape they are willing to share? Much appreciated!

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Here's some of what I use.

The mission map set uses the flat material (should be pre-mapped).

The displacement material goes on a 3d face. I just add a ridge and edge tile where needed.

Hi Kevin.... nothing attached

I think it burped when I was posting.

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LOL... Thanks Kevin!

Would happen to have the material map that goes along with the displacement?

Hey Kevin,

Thanks for all your help... just one more question. The Polyface vertex you setup for the roof tile. How do you trim, slice or sub out this element. I have a hip roof and need to cut this object at the hip...

Thanks again.

I actually setup a photoshop file so I could build custom color patterns.

http://kslgraphics.com/miscellaneous/26-mission-tile-template

I have several pre-made maps, but they are at home. I can send tomorrow.

Because the tiles are a mesh, I use tailor tools to slice the mesh to fit. You'll need to remap the material after the cut.

This image uses the displacement tiles.

Hi Kevin! I like the grass map! Would you mind to share the ArMaterial file? Thanks in advance.

Kevin Lockwood said:

This image uses the displacement tiles.

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