Quick Tip 21: Procedural Wood Textures in KeyShot

by | Feb 24, 2013 | 0 comments

This quick tip describes wood textures and takes a look at applying a procedural wood texture in KeyShot. We step through the available settings for the texture type including ring width, ring noise, axial noise, color noise, scale and color. The wood texture is just one of the many procedural textures in KeyShot available to get the look you need.

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