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When creating something like a car, it's important to use dirt to add realism. The following images show the difference between using dirt and not using dirt.

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Car without dirt

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Car with dirt


Maps

For the car paint I used a Shellac map, then in the base slot I used a VRayMtl shown in the image below.

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VRayMtl used as a base for the car paint

In the Shellac slot I also used a VRayMtl.

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VRayMtl in the Shellac slot





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Phadron on Thu, 09 January 2014 7:26pm
missing Light Cache parameters... pls why su-pixelmapping active? tnx! well done!
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Ray on Fri, 29 November 2013 7:04pm
Very nice work. Not the best you say but for me it looks very good
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