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    [SUBMITTED] Forest Rocks Pack - another, yet different scanned rocks

    12 Photoscanned rocks taken from forest in my neighborhood. Have up to 4k de-lighted Albedo and Normal maps, they could be scaled even 10-15 times and not lose much quality (in ThirdPerson), Roughness and Metalness are generated inside UE4.
    Each mesh has around 5k tris with LODs down to few hundred.
    Rocks will be great in forest, highlands, field and any other outside scenes.

    Preview: https://sketchfab.com/mikolajspy/folders/rocks

    Price: $15

    Let me know what you think




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    #2
    Sharper edges and more detail would be nice, and what happens if you scale the mesh? Does the material stretch out and destroys the detail or is it high quality?

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      #3
      Good natural looking round rocks.
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        #4
        Thanks!
        About scaling, image will say more than words.
        It still looks good in my opinion when scaled around 10-15 times, to go beyond it (or use in FirstPerson), I'd reccomend adding scale aware/world aligned tiling textures to MasterMaterial for more details.
        I want to provide only original content but so far I didn't make my own flat tiling rock texture to add it.
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          #5
          Originally posted by Kanizitas View Post
          Sharper edges and more detail would be nice, and what happens if you scale the mesh? Does the material stretch out and destroys the detail or is it high quality?
          I don't know, the rocks look like smooth glacially eroded rocks that dot the landscape in the higher latitudes. Don't think sharper edges would necessarily be better.

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