Solid Wood Texture
Procedural textures are images generated by an algorithm used in computer graphics of natural elements such as wood, metal, stone, and so on. This Demonstration plots different 3D models with a solid wood texture based on Peachey's method.
THINGS TO TRY
Rotate and Zoom in 3D
D. R. Peachey, "Solid Texturing of Complex Surfaces,"
(3), 1985 pp. 279–286.
Solid Wood Texture
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