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#1 Allen McDonnell

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Posted 14 July 2017 - 06:44 AM

I need the carpet texture in this photo.  Appreciate your feedback.

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#2 Martin Livingston

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Posted 16 July 2017 - 03:49 PM

Do you have a manufacturer's name and SKU number? They may have a decent image on line that you could turn into a texture.



#3 randolph cohn

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Posted 16 July 2017 - 04:51 PM

do you mean you want a carpet that looks like the pavers under the furniture

(the pavers look like granite or marble > check those folders in softplan interiors)

or

do you mean the floor material that's OFF to the left in the image ?

 

or are the pavers under the furniture really carpet squares ?

 

in softplans INTERIOR textures / PAVESTONE / marble / granite ??????

or

try other tiles in the different texture folders.

 

click on LIST at the lower right to get NAME to show.

 

i tried one that's by no means exact but sort of the same pattern but not.

 

find > "floor tile little squares"

for it to just cover a portion of the floor,  use a SOLID polygon.

give it a HEIGHT of 1" and make sure it's top is just a hair

higher than the floor it sits on. (it will looks like it's recessed into the main floor

 

 

do a SURFACE EDIT:

edit the size (check maintain aspect ratio)

learn how everything works if you haven't already done

any of that fun stuff.

 

go into OPTIONS / MODE OPTIONS

and check "enable relief depth" (this will give it a rougher finish 

to look more like carpet)  btw,  i don't see why you mention

this tile looks like carpet

 

when you doing the surface edit,  play with

the numbers > higher the number the ROUGHER

the texture gets. 

 

i know i didn't answer your question very well

and i didn't check out all the available carpet

or tile textures that we're given  with softplan.

 

you might want to find out who makes that tile/carpet

and call the company and have them send you

a matching texture or maybe the whole line.

 

if you need any help,  feel free to email me at:

 

rpcdesign@aol.com

put "softplan rendering help"  in the subject line

 

have you "contact info"  in the email.

 

NOTE: you can send your SPF drawings and your APP file

and a saved material file if you wish.


randy

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