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  10 October 2003
Beer!?

Anybody come across or created some nice beer shaders in SLA etc. that they could point me to/share/offer some tips on?

I am new to SLA, so I am wondering about the best way to recreate the air bubbles in the liquid - Is this something do-able in shader, or better with TP (which I havent used yet either!)

Any advice gratefully received!

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  10 October 2003
here is a link to c4dtreff the popular german c4d forum. go to the chanlum drinks link at the bottom of the page for a jpeg sample and c4d download:

http://www.c4d-treff.de/ressourcen/...esets_hdri.html

for the bubbles, i would use particles with a solid transparant shader. TP or the older particle engine will both work fine.

the newly released fizz plug will help with the bubbles bouncing off the inside surface of the glass. (see fizz posts on this forum for link)
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