[AddOn] - Create Worn Edges Map

(oscurart) #1

Viewing the results offered the script made ​​by Chris Granados (http://xiancg.com/wp/2010/12/script-for-maya-based-upon-worn-edges-from-neil-blevins/) realized version Blender.
In our world the edges are more exposed to wear than smooth surfaces, usually, and that causes them to break down more quickly.
The addOn creates a map fast vertex color, which can be used in various ways, for example for mixing two materials, such as displacement, etc …

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VIDEO TUTORIAL.

https://youtu.be/9TM7y1OhcAY

You can download it from my blog: http://oscurart.blogspot.com.ar/

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(Nanomanpro) #2

wow…looks amazing and very useful

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(IMI) #3

WOW
You made my teeth dry.:smiley: Prevoiusly I was trying to get it with AO, but was never satisfied.

Hope it makes into trunk.

BIG THANK YOU.

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(Meta-Androcto) #4

very nice, you should add your new ones to contrib. :slight_smile:

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(oscurart) #5

Hi !!! thanks a bunch!
The addOn is in contribs now.

Greetings!

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(3pointEdit) #6

What!! That’s great! Will have to brush up on my material nodes… would be neat for creating glossy edges on ice I think too.

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(critch) #7

Really nice script. One question, in the video you use shift + R which appears to increase contrast. I can not find the proper reference to this key command (its not anything to do with rotation) is it a script function? Thanks

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(oscurart) #8

Thanks!
Critch, Shift + R repeat the last operator, in this case “Dirt Map”.

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(MmAaXx) #9

wow!
its like cavity map generator :smiley:

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(bashi) #10

Cool. is this based on Dirty Vertex Color? If so would be great to have Blur option.

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(oscurart) #11

Hi Bashi.
This addOn is not Based in other tool, but is similar.
Blur is a good idea!

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(Artales) #12

Great, thank you very much.

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(benster58) #13

THIS AWESOME!!! There’s a similar plug-in like this for Maya!

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(eppo) #14

Just wanted to say “Thanks!”. Simple, yet effective :).

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(Rich33584) #15

How do I enable this? I cant seem to find it in addons.

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(vitorbalbio) #16

Very usefull! Great work man, thanks =)

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(oscurart) #17

The easy way… ctrl alt U… addons… install… search .py in the folder.

Thanks all!.

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(MacroManJr) #18

You da’ man, oscurart! :cool: Thanks!

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(EFX) #19

I could literally hug you right now. I’ve been trying my damnedest to do this with xnormal and high to low polygon map burning, but with mixed results. Thank you.

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(system) #20

Is there a way to bake this vertexmap to a texture? If so, what are the steps?

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