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Old 03-13-2009, 06:15 PM   #1
Tim Lawrence
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Eyes & Corneal Transparency in 3.1


Iím trying to make a simple two-part eye in ZBrush that is basically a sphere within a sphere. The outer sphere is transparent and the inner sphere is white with painted iris and pupil. Iris is concave. How can I improve this? How can I control transparency, refraction and caustics on my ĎLensí shell? Am I trying to re-invent the wheel here? Or is there a tutorial on eyes for 3.1?

My big problem is the corneal transparency. It always seems foggy.


Old 03-24-2009, 06:49 PM   #2
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I think that this is possible in zbrush, but it sounds like a bad idea. The program is really just a power boost to full 3D applications. You should make, and render the eye in some other app, and use a standard sphere as a placeholder in zbrush.
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