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    Default Re: March 2015 Giveaway - How To Use Bump Maps To Make Cool Artwork Like This

    Well I gave the swimming pool a go. I had fun with it. It seems to be a nice collection of bumpmaps and I can see them being quite useful
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    Default Re: March 2015 Giveaway - How To Use Bump Maps To Make Cool Artwork Like This

    [QUOTE=angelize;524615]Well I gave the swimming pool a go. I had fun with it. It seems to be a nice collection of bumpmaps and I can see them being quite useful [/QUOTE

    That looks really good Francis, I'm stuck between starting the bumpmap tut. or the Casino Poster Part 2 which I've viewed and is excellent. Decisions-decisions

    Stygg

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    Default Re: March 2015 Giveaway - How To Use Bump Maps To Make Cool Artwork Like This

    Quote Originally Posted by Gare View Post
    @Paul—

    Actually, most of the cutlery in the Bouton household is stolen from a famous Scottish restaurant, and is solid 22ct polystyrene. We might even have a spork or two in the Den, just to the right of the Aviary and Study.

    Hi Hélène! Hélène, you can help save a tree or two by just putting a bookmark in the tutorials, or by copying the plain text.

    Environmentally yours,

    Gary
    Like that!

    Greetings from a fellow environist

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    Default Re: March 2015 Giveaway - How To Use Bump Maps To Make Cool Artwork Like This

    [QUOTE=stygg2003;524617]
    Quote Originally Posted by angelize View Post
    Well I gave the swimming pool a go. I had fun with it. It seems to be a nice collection of bumpmaps and I can see them being quite useful [/QUOTE

    That looks really good Francis, I'm stuck between starting the bumpmap tut. or the Casino Poster Part 2 which I've viewed and is excellent. Decisions-decisions

    Stygg
    Hi stygg, and thanks for what I'll take as an impromptu plug for

    this month's video tutorial: Casino Poser Part II.

    That number to dial again is 1-800-YAY-XARA. That's 1-800-YAY-XARA. .

    Offer only applies in Continental USA, Hawaiian and Alaska residents cannot apply. Limited to 1 tutorial per household.

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    Default Re: March 2015 Giveaway - How To Use Bump Maps To Make Cool Artwork Like This

    Here's my effort for the Pool bumpmap, next is the droplet and then Casino Part 2 There is no charge for the plug Gary

    Stygg
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    Default Re: March 2015 Giveaway - How To Use Bump Maps To Make Cool Artwork Like This

    Wow, stygg! That's better than my own version, and I thought mine was good!

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    Default Re: March 2015 Giveaway - How To Use Bump Maps To Make Cool Artwork Like This

    Quote Originally Posted by angelize View Post
    Well I gave the swimming pool a go. I had fun with it. It seems to be a nice collection of bumpmaps and I can see them being quite useful
    Thanks, Frances. I'll bet some of them could be used as a seed part of a texture tree in filter forge.

    One question about your version: why did you choose to make the water look as though it's running, like a stream? I know what you did with the control handles, but now the uniqueness of the texture is sort of smeared. I don't mind; hey, it could be a hot tub with hot (and no cold) running water!


    -g

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    Default Re: March 2015 Giveaway - How To Use Bump Maps To Make Cool Artwork Like This

    Quote Originally Posted by Gare View Post
    Wow, stygg! That's better than my own version, and I thought mine was good!
    The answer to that is quite simple, we have a great teacher here in the Xone Thanks for your kind comment Gary.

    Stygg

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    Default Re: March 2015 Giveaway - How To Use Bump Maps To Make Cool Artwork Like This

    Hi Gary, I was actually going for a hot tub look. Yes they could be used in Filter Forge, they could be imported as an external image and some of them look as though they may have been created in FF. I may play around with that tonight you have inspired me

    My current Xara software: Designer Pro 365 12.6

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