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248249Copyright © 2004 - Kristen KurlandCopyright © 2004 - Kristen KurlandChapter 18Materials250251Copyright © 2004 - Kristen KurlandCopyright © 2004 - Kristen KurlandMaterials Library, Importing, & Attaching MaterialsMaterials Command 18.11. Choose View, Render, Materials...or2. Type RMAT at the command prompt.Command: rmat3. Click the Materials Library...button.4. Pick Concrete Tile as the material.5. Click the Preview button.6. Click the Import button.7. Click OK.Materials Library, Importing, & Attaching Materials252253Copyright © 2004 - Kristen KurlandCopyright © 2004 - Kristen KurlandMaterials Library 18.21. Choose View, Render, Materials Library.or2. Type MATLIB at the command prompt.Command: matlib3. Pick a material from the material list.4. Click the Preview button and preview as a sphere orcube.Materials Library, Importing, & Attaching MaterialsMaterials Library, Importing, & Attaching Materials254255Copyright © 2004 - Kristen KurlandCopyright © 2004 - Kristen KurlandApplying Materials with Attach 18.31. Choose View, Render, Materials...or2. Type RMAT at the command prompt.Command: rmat3. Click the Materials Library...button.4. Pick Glass as the material.5. Click the Preview button.6. Click the Import button.7. Click OK.8. Click the Attach button.9. Pick Objects to attach materials to.10. Exit the materials menu and render the viewport.Materials Library, Importing, & Attaching MaterialsMaterials Library, Importing, & Attaching MaterialsNOTE: You need to set the rendering type to PhotorealisticRendering in order to see the materials1. Choose View, Render, Render2. Choose Photoreal as the render type.3. Render the viewport.256257Copyright © 2004 - Kristen KurlandCopyright © 2004 - Kristen KurlandApplying Materials by Layer 18.41. Choose View, Render, Materials...or2. Type RMAT at the command prompt.Command: rmat3. Click Click Copper as the material.4. Click the By Layer button.5. Click Ball as the layer to attach materials to.6. Exit the materials menu and render the viewport.258259Copyright © 2004 - Kristen KurlandCopyright © 2004 - Kristen KurlandApplying Materials by Color 18.51. Choose View, Render, Materials...or2. Type RMAT at the command prompt.Command: rmat3. Click Click Copper as the material.4. Click the By Layer button.5. Click Ball as the layer to attach materials to.6. Exit the materials menu and render the viewport.260261Copyright © 2004 - Kristen KurlandCopyright © 2004 - Kristen KurlandComplex Materials 18.61. Choose View, Render, Materials...or2. Type RMAT at the command prompt.Command: rmat3. Click Click Med. Ash Wood as the material.4. Click the Attach button.5. Click the base to attach materials to.6. Exit the materials menu and render the viewport.262263Copyright © 2004 - Kristen KurlandCopyright © 2004 - Kristen KurlandPhotorealistic Rendering & MappingPhotorealistic Rendering & MappingAdjusting Materials with Material Mapping 18.71. Choose View, Render, Mappingor2. Type SETUV at the command prompt.Command: setuv3. Pick objects to adjust (base).4. Press enter when finished selecting.5. Pick the type of projection to adjust.6. Click the Adjust Coordinates... button.7. Adjust the Planar coordinates as necessary.8. Click OK.264265Copyright © 2004 - Kristen KurlandCopyright © 2004 - Kristen KurlandNew MaterialsNew MaterialsNew Materials 18.61. Choose View, Render, Materials...or2. Type RMAT at the command prompt.Command: rmat3. Choose the New...button.4. Create a new material.5. Apply the material to an object.266267Copyright © 2004 - Kristen KurlandCopyright © 2004 - Kristen KurlandAdjusting Material Appearances 18.71. Choose View, Render, Materials...or2. Type RMAT at the command prompt.Command: rmat3. Choose the New...button.4. Create a new material.5. Apply the material to an object.268269Copyright © 2004 - Kristen KurlandCopyright © 2004 - Kristen KurlandTexturesTextures Advanced Material Options 18.101. Choose Tools, Options...2. Choose the Systems TAB.3. Choose the Properties...button under the Current 3DGraphics Display.4. Check the Enable Textures and Enable Materialsoptions.5. Apply a textured material such as checkers.6. Shade the drawing to see the material


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