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Advanced material

November 26, 2019 at 12:31am
Test using sub-surface scattering. This fellow started life as a 5x5x5 box!
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November 26, 2019 at 3:33pm
:) looks like a "boxer" (:
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Haha! True...
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February 27, 2020 at 4:46pm
How does the subsurface function work? what else needs to be adjusted for the effect to appear?
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Some of the functionality of advanced material only works with Photon renderer, and is intended for that renderer When you start rendering with Photon (e.g. with R key), you can edit materials, lights, move objects and render will get automatically restarted with changes. You can also render only in selected rectangle with shift + R so part of image that interests you will be updated faster (in contrast to rendering whole image). This should help with setting up the material as some parameters are not supported or work differently in regular/instant renderer
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February 29, 2020 at 9:12am
Some of the functionality of advanced material only works with Photon renderer, and is intended for that renderer When you start rendering with Photon (e.g. with R key), you can edit materials, lights, move objects and render will get automatically restarted with changes. You can also render only in selected rectangle with shift + R so part of image that interests you will be updated faster (in contrast to rendering whole image). This should help with setting up the material as some parameters are not supported or work differently in regular/instant renderer
Thanks for the info. I will try to render with subsuface. I would like to see the tutorial where they make wax.
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