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    Default Maybe a wrong geometry? SketchUp 2014

    Hi everyone,
    I've build a stone sofa (in SU 2014) that has three little empty spaces down in the front face where later I'll put the lights boxes. (How can I post the relative model file with .skp extension?)
    I've render it with a stucco material without any particular settings and I've rendered it with Vray 2.0 for SU (see pic1).
    Then I decide to add "Displacement" effect to the material to made it more realistic but when I've render it some material distorsion appeared in the front face close to the empty spaces described before and from some edges (see pic2).
    Displacement value is 0,7 and the image is the same of the texture applied.
    Seems like a wrong geometry in the model.. but I create those empty spaces with "Subtract" tool in Solid..
    Can someone help me?
    Nice sunday and since now thx to you all.

    Rael
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    Default Re: Maybe a wrong geometry? SketchUp 2014

    looks like you have a UV mapping issue, like it's set to face. Try applying a box map and see what happens.

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    Default Re: Maybe a wrong geometry? SketchUp 2014

    Hi Mark,
    thx for your answer.. I must admit that I'm really new to SketchUp and for this reason I haven't found how to apply a 'box map' as you suggest.. so I've decided to rebuild it and now seems it looks fine. If you have time, could you please tell to me kind of step-by-step instructions to find and apply that box map? In any case thanks a lot for your answer

    Rael

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    Default Re: Maybe a wrong geometry? SketchUp 2014

    Select your sofa geometry, change to the modify tab in the upper right, there should be.a.drop down, go to UVW Map and it should show up in the window below (known as the modifier stack). Click.the circle next to Box. Uncheck Real World and enter a size in each X Y and Z.

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    Default Re: Maybe a wrong geometry? SketchUp 2014

    ..goin' to try

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    Default Re: Maybe a wrong geometry? SketchUp 2014

    noobie here.. or it seems so..

    "change to the modify tab in the upper right" ..upper right where?

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