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Bricks all jaggy and buggy

Community Beginner ,
Oct 31, 2023 Oct 31, 2023

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image_2023-10-31_161518297.pngHow do I fix this??? My goal is to have the some bricks missing, about 75% of all of the bricks to be poking out of the cement, and to not look like this >D

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Adobe Employee , Nov 01, 2023 Nov 01, 2023

This jaggy looks is due to the Height map of the material. The Height is too sharp for the Displacement Quality, that'y why I advised you too increase its value.

 

However, if this doesn't help, you can also add a Blur layer, switch its Input Channel to Height and increase the value to smooth the Displacement.

 

Best regards,

 

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Adobe Employee ,
Oct 31, 2023 Oct 31, 2023

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Hello @Cap_StutterBoi17,

 

Try increasing the Displacement Quality value.

 

Displacement quality.png

 

In addition, under the Advanced Parameters of the filter, you can also increase the Height Blend Intensity value.

 

Best regards,

 

Cyril Dellenbach (Micro) | QA Support Artist | Adobe

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 Hi @Cyril Dellenbach 

That didnt work, neither did the hieght blend intensity

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This jaggy looks is due to the Height map of the material. The Height is too sharp for the Displacement Quality, that'y why I advised you too increase its value.

 

However, if this doesn't help, you can also add a Blur layer, switch its Input Channel to Height and increase the value to smooth the Displacement.

 

Best regards,

 

Cyril Dellenbach (Micro) | QA Support Artist | Adobe

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That made it all better, thank you so much for the advice >D

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