This Redwood Siding scan is one of my first attempts at getting micro faceted details. While my additional process of painting in additional details from a high pass filter in Photoshop may still be a little heavy handed I'm confident that I'll find a good balance soon and it doesn't hurt in my final render here. I hope to eventually nail a good workflow for creating tiling textures from these scans but for now I'd rather get you access to the models and work out that process later.
Red Brick Variety Pattern
Here is a great industrial red brick variety pattern. Eventually I intend to make this a seamless texture but for now it is just a reprojected scan.
Aged Metal Siding
This was a challenge to get the camera distance and resolution correct. What attracted me to this subject is the peeling paint and the common place feel of this texture. The challenge was to get a high enough resolution to still clearly resolve the smooth metal siding. I initially scanned this subject with 123 RAW images. This proved to be too far away to resolve the large section that I wanted to get with enough resolution. What can I say, I have my standards. :) So my resolution lust brought me back to get another 261 images to add to the first group. Processed on medium, that still gave me a 34 million points for my dense cloud. I think this subject could be turned into a pretty good seamless texture. You can see the geometric distinction of the metal seams between the seams of the siding. I am content.
These photoscanned models have 8k maps for UVs, color, depth & normals. Enjoy!
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Please feel free to use my 3D scans in your commercial productions. Credit is always welcome but not required.
Staying busy dreaming of synthetic film making while working as a VFX artist and scratching out time to write novels and be a dad to three.