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Old 04-09-2007, 01:46 AM   #1
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im creating a modern futuristic tunnel / corridor type. very basic (early stages). I went to highend3d and found metal shaders, and some with rust, as i am going for a realistic look.

my question is. How do i apply these to my object once downloaded?

Any help appreciated.

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first you'll need to imort the shader into hypershade - then just back click on your model and select add new material and choose it from the list.

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