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Have you ever wondered what that greenish bubbly texture in unrealed is? It turns out to be a real life thing: Cave Pearls. As the name suggests, it's found in caves and it's made of calcite.
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Have you ever wondered what that greenish bubbly texture in unrealed (Render.utx) is? It turns out to be a real life thing: Cave Pearls. As the name suggests, it's found in caves and it's made of calcite.
  
 
I have no idea how that texture ended up as being the default texture in unrealed prior do UE3, but it's nice know what that strange texture is.
 
I have no idea how that texture ended up as being the default texture in unrealed prior do UE3, but it's nice know what that strange texture is.

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Have you ever wondered what that greenish bubbly texture in unrealed (Render.utx) is? It turns out to be a real life thing: Cave Pearls. As the name suggests, it's found in caves and it's made of calcite.

I have no idea how that texture ended up as being the default texture in unrealed prior do UE3, but it's nice know what that strange texture is.

GP-card-Gavin-N-2.jpg Cave-pearls.jpg

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