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Old 04-02-2006, 09:03 PM   #1
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lemon skin! recreate an old deepshade thingy

hi there.

Haven't posted a long time. So back with a question maybe sounding nooooobbieee.

I need to create a lemon skin. First step i looked at the old deepshade database found an old shader from ages ago. I first thought it was all shader/ no tex. but inside there was a little tex for the bump.

I need an idea of how to recreate this map with build in c4d tools noises etc.
thinking of layers but i can't get it right.

attached the bump.

any ideas?



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Old 04-02-2006, 09:49 PM   #2
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Why do you want to use shaders for this? I think the best way would be to just take some pictures of lemon peel, scan them in and use them as bitmaps.
 
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just the general question. I love using shader where ever i can. What i really like to figure out is how these surfaces work and how the can be created.

your advice sounds clear but i like to do it the other way. No need for a texture. I don't like to use textures if there is another way to work this.

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Old 04-03-2006, 05:00 PM   #4
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maybe you can experiment with the cheen shader like DiGiFran did for an orange in a contest on the spanish forum (http://www.c4des.com/c4desforo/index.php?topic=879).

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maybe you can try a cheen shader like DiGiFran did for an orange on the spanish forum http://www.c4des.com/c4desforo/index.php?topic=879

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Old 04-03-2006, 08:18 PM   #6
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In the downloadsection on the Maxonsite (materials and goodies) you can download all the Cheenshaders in one free package. There is not only an orange like ben vd mentions, but also a lemon (limon). So that might help you.

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thanks ben and odo! i will check this and i will post my progress so far made later tonight.


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Wonderful shaders btw.
not exactly what i wanted but pretty cool stuff there.

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