Does anyone know if there is a company out there that sells finished dxf files or high def drawings of old stone floors (and or other walls and floor surfaces)? I would like to create the look of an old stone floor with a 5' x 10' router table.
Any information with regards to this topic would be greatly appreciated!
I was able to model this off a spiralgraphics texture in ArtCAM. Could look pretty cool as a wall panel, with the right finishing technique.
Artcam is a really easy way to take a B&W photo to a texture map, just change the contrast and brightness and you change the Z depth and scale. I know there are other programs that do the same thing but I'm not sure what all of them are.
I have a picture of an old stone wall done in Artcam that looks insanely realistic when dropped to a relief file. If you need some images modified into relief let me know.
Thank you very much for your input and ideas. I appreciate it! If you have any other ideas or sites in mind, fire them at me.
Hi and thanks. I have software to cut but I am looking for good stone patterns, artwork or dxf finished files to work with. I am simple trying to save some time. Thanks for the suggestion though!
Go to http://www.marlinstudios.com/products/st4/st4.htm
They have a classic stone works texture CD that is used by 3d artists. Included is a matching "bump map" which is a grey scale image you should be able to use for relief carving.
Best of all, their stuff is seamless which means you can tile it as much as you like!
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