PixPlant - Turn Photos Into Seamless Repeating Textures
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PixPlant - Turn Photos Into Seamless Repeating Textures
16 February, 2017
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PixPlant is a smart texturing solution that can quickly turn your photo into seamless repeating textures and 3D maps. The toolkit features a smart texturing engine and 3D map editors that can save a lot of time.

Smart texturing engine is said to create quality seamless textures from a photo in a few clicks. It is also capable of synchronized seamless tiling of multiple textures. The solution has all the necessary tools to extract 3D maps from plain photos or from the seamless tiling textures that you can generate from them.

Here are some possible implementations:

Editing Wood planks in the normal map editor 

PixPlant Screenshot

Plastic surface specular editing

PixPlant Screenshot

Editing ambient occlusion in a pebbles texture

PixPlant Screenshot

Colored concrete in the specular editor

PixPlant Screenshot

Tiling a roof texture in the Seed Wizard

PixPlant Screenshot

Cloning Brick wall normals

PixPlant Screenshot

The solution can edit Normal, Displacement, Diffuse, Specular and AO maps, featuring tools for whole-surface editing at fine and coarse levels, as well as pixel-level tools for more specific adjustments. It is also worth noting that 3D map changes are instantly rendered in a 3D Preview with displacement and parallax mapping, supporting your own 3D models.

PixPlant users’ art:

Tom Rusteberg

Tom Rusteberg

Brett Simms

Brett Simms

Massimo Siracusa

Massimo Siracusa

Tom Rusteberg

Tom Rusteberg

Massimo Siracusa

Massimo Siracusa

Tom Rusteberg

Tom Rusteberg

PixPlant works as a standalone app or inside Photoshop. You can find more information on the toolkit here

Source: PixPlant

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