This is a very specific question in reference to 3D object materials and textures, and I'm kindly asking for specific answers in return beforehand: I'm not looking for general advice in this question, as I'm well aware of the wide variety of potential solutions.
that I'm using as an *.OBJ file within Photshop.
As the individual parts of the car are well structured I'm able to apply various textures and materials straight out of Photoshop:
All of the materials currently available to me a rather plastically and try to imitate real-life materials (metal, plastic, fabrics even grass) as close to reality as possible after the rendering.
I do however look for a way to achieve the resemblance of more illustrative / painting style such as here: duller reflections, different shading depth and less "plastic" optic.
While I'm aware of the fact that this an illustration and not a 3D rendering and that there would be multiple solutions to getting this desired style for the end result such as:
- Just having the car illustrated in a similar style
- Digitally painting over the 3d model to achieve the desired style
- Applying more or less well-done filters and Photoshop actions
I'm wondering if there is any 3d material of texture that would at least do 80% of the job in getting the rendering away from the super clean plastic-like optic more onto an illustration style rendering as an end result?