Total Textures V19 - "Destroyed & Damaged" contains a group of images relating to manmade destruction and includes damage caused by bullets and shells. Most of the textures have been crafted from original photography whilst a handful incorporates some hand-painted details. The effects of fire and vandalism are also covered, as well as acid spills. The textures would suit any war-torn environments, as well as being appropriate in almost any architectural context, and include damage to metal, stone and wooden surfaces.
This DVD contains 130 individual images comprising of over 440 individual handcrafted texture maps. Each texture has been hand crafted from 100% original photography, and each has their own unique bump and specular map included.
The 'Tiff' files included carry an appropriate alpha channel and can be saved out by using the 'Save as' option when 'right-clicking' (PC) or 'option-clicking' (Mac).Product details
Texture format: jpeg, tiff,
Average texture resolution: 1600 x 1200
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.
If you have any questions about licensing, please contact 3DTotal on: email@example.com