How to get the wireframe look with V-Ray?

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To render with wireframe effect in V-Ray we need to use  VRayEdgesText.
Just combine the GRAY into diffuse and the BLACK into the VRayEdgesTex map:

wireframe-mats

 

Apply to all objects and this is the result:

wire1

 

You can also use the BLUE into diffuse and WHITE for VRayEdgedsTex:

wire2

 

Another creative application is to get some transparent objects!
Just copy the map in the opacity channel – I did this for books and their box:

wire3

 

Note
VRayEdgesText can be also used to smooth corners.
Check: Smooth Edges with VRayEdgeTex


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