"Chris R" <car### [at] comcastnet> wrote:
> Paolo Gibellini <p.g### [at] gmailcom> wrote:
> > A very nice season scene!
> > Perhaps the white in the wood texture is a bit too shiny, when the paint
> > get aged it get more shabby.
> > Paolo
> Thanks for the suggestion. The white part of the texture has a pretty low
> specular, (0.1), but maybe because the sun is so bright even that is too high.
> I'll play around with it.
I really like those weathered boards; the 'white parts' look about right to me.
I likewise think that, even if they happened to be intrinsically gray, the very
bright sunlight would *probably* make them look white instead, to our eyes.
The slight area-light of the sunlight is another very nice and subtle touch...
not too much, not too little.
The noise-like look on the tar shingles is another nice detail. Is that from
using simple crand? Or does it come from the choice of texture colors and scale?
I would assume that antialiasing would mostly eliminate any crand, if used.
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