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Old 12-03-2008, 07:50 AM   #1
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Default Texturing a hardwood floor

I got the perfect hardwood floor texture(no bump thoguh going to make it) but I know some about UVing but not enough to scale the wood properly onto the floor without having 4 foot wide boards :headbang:
Other than that my from nothing kitchen is doinbg well
I want to do a project like a 1 minute or 30 second clip but thats months from now should be good I hope.
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in your 2d texture placement node you should see a 'repeat U' and 'repeat V' section... cranking those up should make it so instead of your 4 planks it repeats, making them as small and as many as you need. play around til you get a look that you like.
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