"Bald Eagle" <cre### [at] netscapenet> wrote:
> "And" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > "Bald Eagle" <cre### [at] netscapenet> wrote:
> When you abrade wood, erode it - like with driftwood, or stain it, you get an
> enhancement of the grain. This is due to the alternating hard/soft regions, and
> usually the soft regions are light, and the harder regions are more brown.
Thanks for this knowledge.
> > > Holes due to boring insects
> > > "checking" (cracks) due to splitting when cut wood is rapidly dried
> > Are you a professional person? Maybe we can discuss it. I don't know so much
> > about it.
> I don't do anything with wood for a living, but I've felled, sawn, and worked
> with lots of different wood. And made plenty of mistakes.
Here is no chance to fell a tree, not to mention I'm living in a city. Such a
thing is secluded to me, so I have respect to the people who can do these
> > > Then there's the fun of formulating pigment/texture maps for all of the
> > > different species... ;)
That's right, I will use pigment_map, but this is a picture I rendered, improved
the defect yesterday, and this is a two layered(in fact average of two) pattern
with different fiber length, eliminate some artifact about the coherence.
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