Fabric Frenzy: Wools is a collection of ten different wool types, scanned from fabric swatches. Each fabric type is provided with texture maps that are easily used in any application that uses PBR (Physically Based Rendering) textures. Shaders are also provided for compatibility with Poser’s FireFly and SuperFly renderers.
All fabric types include Color, Normal, Height, Specular, Gloss, Metal, and Roughness maps.
FireFly Shaders use specular and gloss maps. SuperFly shaders use Physical Surface node and metal/roughness maps.
These PBR texture maps can also be used with other 3D texturing software such as Quixel Suite, Substance Painter, 3D Coat, and many others.
The wool fabric types are as follows:
• Barathea: Typically used for dress coats, dinner jackets, and military uniforms.
Ten colors are included: Black, Brown, Green, Navy, Pumpkin, Purple, Red, Rust, Teal, and Violet.
• BasketWeave: Used for men’s and women’s suits and dresses. Six colors are
included: Blue, Ecru, Mint, Rose, Tan, and White.
• Delaine: Used for dresses and children’s clothing since the mid to late 1800s.
Typically solid colors. Used for high quality women’s wear dresses and suits.
Seven colors provided: Black, Ecru, Gray, Navy, Red, Tan, and White.
• Herringbone: Typically used for suits and coats. Five colors provided: Blue, Gray, Green, Red, and Tan.
• Melton: Typically used for coats and outerwear. Six colors provided: Black, Blue, Brown, Gray, Red, and Tan.
• Serge: Typically used for military uniforms, suits, and coats. Six colors provided:
Black, Blue, Gray, Green, Ivory, and Red.
• Tweed: Typically used for suits and coats. Three colors provided: Blue, Tan, and Tomato.
• Voltaire: Use this fabric for skirts, pants, and suits. Eight colors provided: Black, Blue, Gray, Green, Ivory, Red, Tan, and White.
• Worsted: Used for skirts, pants, and suits. Six colors provided: Blue, Gray, Green, Pale Gray, Red, and Tan.
Software: Poser 10 / Poser Pro 2014 +