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"Faktura" and derivatives in some slavic languages mean "texture" or "material". This is either some legacy stuff or base for some new feature. You can create materials with this window.

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I downloaded the FacturesExt.3DCpack and installed it but saw no new shader in the shader list. Closed 3DC and reopened.

Applying the facture texture I created to the layer does not do anything atm...

Maybe I am doing something wrong, I tried the paint room as well...

Surface mode layer by the way and in 3DC DX. 

 

I will take some photos and make some textures for you that will be  license-free textures for factures

No large rocks around here but lots of sand.... LOL

It could be a few weeks though before I have time to take the photos...

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what i found:

In Surface paint

create a new facture

First paint the layer -any color is ok-

then over the new facture > RMB > Apply facture to layer

keep painting and enjoy

 

* ext pack dont install very well, extract the content to folders shader and textures

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what i found:

In Surface paint

create a new facture

First paint the layer -any color is ok-

then over the new facture > RMB > Apply facture to layer

keep painting and enjoy

 

* ext pack dont install very well, extract the content to folders shader and textures

once I added some regular paint to the object, then it worked... Thanks... Maybe the missing shader was the problem.

@Andrew... Yes, I already knew about RMB for the factures properties. 

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@Andrew Shpagin - Fractures is very cool and should be developed more. Its in line with Quixel Mixer and Substance Alchemist. Powerful stuff when combined with the tiling texture instances.

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