Total Textures V11:R2 – "Alien Organic" is a collection of alien-esque organic textures. From the weird and slimey, to more subtle skin tones, these textures are made up from many layers and elements captured by 50% photography and 50% hand-painted. Many textures have several combined layers and they are all 100% seamless and have additional handcrafted extras such as matching bump and specular maps.
This DVD contains 164 individual materials, comprising of over 492 individual, handcrafted texture maps. Every texture has its own unique colour map, bump map and specular maps.
The textures are split into two main sections, categorised by firstly colour, then sets. The colour textures are arranged by whatever the dominant colour is within the texture. These textures are however very flexible and the colour can be changed to suit your needs.
The texture sets are designed to be used as a group in their entirety to fully map a character, and are therefore broken into categories that correspond to the various body parts. There are two maps aimed at texturing the body (front and back) which can be placed alongside each other, as the vertical edges match creating a seamless "wrap around". Likewise, there are two sets for the arms and legs, plus a tentacle version. The idea is that each texture can be combined to help create a complete map across an entire mesh, and one that describes the numerous areas of detail and keeps the style consistent throughout.
Texture format: jpeg
Average texture resolution: 2048 x 2047
Interface: HTML interface providing easy browsing and map selection
Software: Compatible with all 3D software packages
Browser: Compatible with all browsers
Computer: PC and Mac compatible
Format: Texture DVD
Total Textures Licence Agreement
The contents of this Total Textures DVD are copyright 3DTotal.com 2010. This content may not be re-sold, packaged, loaned or otherwise redistributed.
The contents of this Total Textures DVD are offered royalty free when used within a work of art. You may modify them in any way you wish in order to conform to your needs, however any such modifications are still derivatives of the original image and may not be sold or distributed as your own textures (whether to be sold separately or packaged/included with any other products/files).
A typical example of what is not allowed would be to sell your own models, but to bundle them with our textures. This counts as reselling our textures and violates the license agreement.
If you are proposing to use the textures in a project such as a video game then this is acceptable as long as the textures are included in such a way that the files are not accessible by the end user.
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