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Tyro

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Not a very subtle title for a german forum-member like me, but I thought it would hit the point. Make your own wall!
Maybe some of you know this program already, but in my endless search of freeware software I stumbled over it and thought, it must be the right thing for our texture king!

http://www.3d-rekonstruktionen.de/BricksNTiles/

I hope this link is correct, if not, please let me know, I would have posted the zip-file but it has almost 6MB of size.

Some short info's on it are in the pdf-file.

Have fun,

tyro

 
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Tyro this is great find. I have not tried it yet but looks very promissing.

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I had some time to investigate this tool further ... and i think it's really useful (for bricks, that is).
OK, the example i added may be bit large for a texture, but downscaling won't be a problem ... and especially for close-ups it might come in handy.

BTW, The whole Wall was build with just 8 different bricks ... colors, shapes, dimensions and so on were altered randomly by the tool itself ... nice

Have fun trying it.

tyro

(PS: Moorbrand_sandgelb-bunt_g.jpg was the original picture I took the bricks from - not quite usable for texturing in this form.)

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