it’s just a basic texture yet. using the brick texture from blender. i estimated the dimensions for the walls. ist now about 22 meters high.
now i got a strange problem. the light is somehow shining through the edges after creating the mesh, i separated each part to do an proper uv unwrap and texturing. I thought that maybe now there is a little gap between the objects as result of the separation, but after trying several things like the solidify modifier and letting the edges cross each other, it doesn’t change anything. can someone give me a quick tip for that?
and that’s the node set up for the main material. i have still to tweak the colors and the displacement, but the bricks fit into the scene like that. the other materials are just simple colors right now.
To me it looks like this happens on inner corners, were two walls meet at an angle of 90° instead of an out angle with 270°.
Based on the render I would say that there is some reflection from both walls, which adds up and therefore is lighter in the corner. However I cannot see how this could be with you node setup.
Here are some things you can try:
Use a different texture than the brick and verify if the effect is still there
Merge the walls together and make the corner a seam.
thanks, i tried these things, didn’t work neither. i discovered that there are always bright inner corners when using diffuse materials without structure and a strong light source. it gets better by changing the material and a less strong lighting… it’s kind of logical when you think of the way the bounces work.