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    Default Looking for background material for AutoCAD - TUNDRA

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    Need help to find tundra background material that we can use for our rendering project in AutoCAD, looking for summer scene. Location: ALASKA

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    Sounds like you are looking for an image not a material.
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    you're right *ReMark, do you know any place or site where I can get those type of images?

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    I suppose you already did the obvious and checked Google "Images" right?

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