Category

XPresso Preset

Tags

Floor, Pattern, Tile

Developer

Mehmet Sensoy

Floor Generator Pro v.1.0

Floor Generator Pro v1.0 is a set of 20 floor tessellations (selected from most standard floor tiles) with lots of controls.


Supported C4D releases: R13, R14, R15
Required C4D modules: Mograph
$ 20 
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Discussion about this product

  1. Reply
    john hill on July 1, 2014 at 6:29 pm

    hi, how do I use this plugin and how do i install it?

    • Mehmet Sensoy on July 4, 2014 at 10:37 pm

      Hello John,
      Please watch demo video. This is a lib4d (Cinema 4D Library File). Put it in your Cinema 4D-Library-Browser folder and restart c4d. Browse library, click on Floor Generator Pro. You may double click on scene file and open it whenever you need. Also It’s not a plugin but Xpresso Setup with 20 unique pattern options.
      Thank you for your interest.
      Best Regards.

  2. Reply
    Michael Meranius on June 11, 2014 at 5:56 pm

    Hi,
    on Monday I bought your Floor Generator Pro v1.0.
    In your demo video, the possibility is shown to determine the height and width of a unit. In the version that was sent by downloading this possibility does not exist.

    Or you can tell me how I, for example, a tile with precise dimensions can create 60×30 cm.

    regards
    Michael

    • Mehmet Sensoy on June 17, 2014 at 12:50 pm

      Hi Michael,
      Some of tiling patterns can only work with one dimension value according to its math. You should always calculate by adding margin size to your general width and height. You may try increasing or decreasing your width/height and margin size values. Let’s say your general width is 10 cm and your unit size is 2 cm. Without any margins it will be 5 automatically but if you add margin size for example 0.2 cm it will add additional 1 cm and your unit count is going to be 4. In this case you should decrease your unit size by 0.2 cm.
      Hope it helps.
      Regards.

  3. Reply
    Mic on May 12, 2014 at 2:08 pm

    Hi, nice generator, but what about the mapping of the wood material ? Is it possible to more or less randomly map wood material on each piece ? or to map it in the right direction when you use boards ?

    Cheers,

    Mic.

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