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02-27-2007, 07:50 PM
The next version (revision F) of Enhance:XSI is now available and
includes 160 nodes plus additional material presets.
This version has the first Tile textures: Basket, Bathtile, Bricks,
HexTile and Spots. These are coupled with the Regional Rotate,
Scale and Translate nodes that allow the tile textures to resample
In addition there is a new Affector node that allow you to use
EXSI waveforms with built-in textures and images plus a CrossSection
node that allow a waveform to be created by taking a section though
another texture . The utility convertor, composite and combiner nodes
have also been beefed up so that colors, scalars and vectors are all
This version can be downloaded from the secure server. It is also
worth mentioning that this will be the last reduced price version.
02-27-2007, 10:11 PM
Sure, the url is:
04-04-2007, 10:54 AM
The next release of Enhance:XSI (VersionG) is now available. This version now includes 179 nodes with the following new textures:
Checks, Cornerless, Cubes, DashLine, DiamondDeck, FishScales, Lattice1, Lattice2, Lattice3, Mosaic, OctTile, Parquet, Paving, Planks, Ribs, Rounded Tiles, Tacos, TriChecks and TriTiles.
HitPoint has also been updated to include the ability to select the texture coords and to have no coord system selected. This revision is available to all Enhance:XSI users from the secure server.
For anyone else check out http://www.shaders.co.uk
Just a few "very quick" examples of the new procedurals:
04-04-2007, 01:39 PM
I'm really enjoying these and I know I've only scratched the surface. Looking forward to features like the normal mapping generation and more in the future! Thanks again.
04-12-2007, 09:23 AM
There is a new release of Enhance:XSI Textures available.
This version includes all of the panel textures: Panels, Peel
Rivets, RivetRust, RustDirt and Smear. There is also a new
For information on Enhance:XSI check out:
All users can download now from the secure server.
04-12-2007, 09:23 AM
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