Quick Tip 53: Roughness Textures

by | Jun 22, 2016 | 0 comments

In this KeyShot Quick Tip, we look at Roughness Textures to help you add realism to your rendering, by applying a image texture to the Roughness setting on our material.

Related: The Difference Between KeyShot Roughness and Bump Textures

On certain KeyShot Material Types, you can add a texture to the Roughness setting. With a roughness texture, dark areas of an image lead to a more glossy appearance and lighter areas lead to a more matte appearance.

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