Another milestone has been completed for the cathedral. All pieces of the building have been unwrapped and now have textures applied to them. I wanted the stained glass to pop since that is what people associate cathedrals with and to minimize the amount of glass textures repeated. To maximize graphical performance, I was careful not to go overboard with the stained glass textures and to only repeat what was necessary to look good without becoming repetitious. The scene contains a few different brick types, roof shingles, a wooden door, brass for the crosses, cement, and the stained glass variants.
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Below are a couple of renders of just the textured model: