View Full Version : Just test sss with transparency
10-06-2004, 01:57 PM
I saw a tut of XSI which is about a fine looking sss glass.So I tried to do the similar effect in C4D. Just test. Welcom C&C.http://bbs.chinavfx.net/attachments/200410/06095559-my%20glass.JPG
Just a test you say? looking great :thumbsup:
10-06-2004, 03:01 PM
Link to the XSI tutorial?
10-06-2004, 03:11 PM
Curious how long that took to render. I tried this during 8.5 testing and the result looked really good (as does yours!), but it took so long to render I pretty much gave up on the idea.
Here is the xsi tut: http://www.tomsporer.com/html/body_shader_description_blue.html
That is really a stunning render.
Can you give us render details? (how long)
10-06-2004, 03:51 PM
yep render time intereting me too...
wonderful result wow :thumbsup:
10-07-2004, 01:52 AM
Hi everyone! Thank you for your reply. I have been learning c4d for 1 month. Everyday i spend some time on it.
To ooo: 'couse i am fresh man in c4d, so i am still in the section of getting familiar with her:)and a lot of function i still don't know how to use. May be later on i will use c4d for my school work.:)
To AdamT: So the render time is not satisfied.
600x600 pixel with "Best" Antialiasing 10min22sec
(picture above but one flower)
600x600 pixel with "Geometry" Antialiasing 2min42sec
(fast but the alias is obvious, especialy in the reflection)
I think Antialiasing is a big stuff in c4d for final renderings.If use "Best", much slower.
Someone has good method? Please tell me.
My PC is CPU:Athlon XP 1700+
10-07-2004, 03:02 AM
interesting. I was going to bring this up after seeing a 3dsmax tut and such on these boards. nice render. I have a few pic from the old max thread that are a real good example of sss and transparency.http://www.imageshosted.com/images/
used another sever so as not to load up cgtalks server with duplicate images. Couldnt find the old thread but i havent realy looked that hard. Kool to see how this goes.
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