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    assigning real tile roof with right material aligned ?!

    Hi, my problem when i am assigning tile roof material to the mullion it still seems unaccepted and ugly any suggestion for this will be grateful

    the First image is the material that is assigned to mullion
    second image is the setting of material.
    third is final output which seems ugly :hide:

    thanks in advance for presenting help.
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    #2
    material also is not aligning in the other direction with mullions
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      #3
      That jpg is only to be used on the hips and ridges, you need one that is a "field tile" which much more variation.
      Scott D. Brown, AIA | Senior Project Manager | Beck Group

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        #4
        You might be better off modeling this instead of trying to use materials and maps. I've seen threads on how to do this on RFO.
        Greg McDowell Jr
        about.me/GMcDowellJr

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          #5
          Originally posted by GMcDowellJr View Post
          You might be better off modeling this instead of trying to use materials and maps. I've seen threads on how to do this on RFO.
          it is modelled with mullions that has certain profile. The really problem is jpg that is going to be added to mullion which have problem of my second post image.
          here is image of material that i assigned to mullion
          which have problem
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            #6
            I meant it might be better to model each tile individually.

            I think one of the problems with your map is the embedded shadow. Ideally you want a map that is completely even across it's surface in terms of brightness and without shadows.

            If your problem is how the textures line up then I think you're running into one of the limitations of rendering/texturing in Revit and you may need to use a more advanced rendering solution like 3ds Max.
            Greg McDowell Jr
            about.me/GMcDowellJr

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              #7
              Originally posted by ahmed_hassan View Post
              it is modelled with mullions that has certain profile. The really problem is jpg that is going to be added to mullion which have problem of my second post image.
              here is image of material that i assigned to mullion
              which have problem
              That image you are using is mine and it is only meant for hip and ridge tiles, NOT the field. You need to use this one for the field(but it is designed for flat surfaces, not modelled tiles.oldworlbd tilerib.jpg
              Scott D. Brown, AIA | Senior Project Manager | Beck Group

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                #8
                Oh of course it yours scott forgive me for forgetting to mention the source i liked it when you explain how the fountain is done. but the surface you post and inside the programme= has multi color :1- dark red 2-pink 3-brown which in real world of my design is not. it should be one color with division of surface like this.
                Last edited by ahmed_hassan; January 4, 2012, 03:00 PM.

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                  #9
                  I wasn't looking for credit, I just wanted to make sure you understood the intended use of that particular pattern. I don't know how to get the pattern to stay aligned for certain. If you have a surface pattern on the material try aligning with that in the material editior, then it should stay put.
                  Scott D. Brown, AIA | Senior Project Manager | Beck Group

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                    #10
                    thanks scott i got it that image of single one should be for hip thanks because i did not recognize that. Do you mean by aligning surface pattern with the curtain mullion profile added to roof or for the plain ready material that is assigned directly to simple sloped roof.

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