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19 transparency changes
2 fogs (no not frogs, fogs
04-30-01, 09:21 AM
You have a wonderful painterly style. Your images have a nice depth, I like this. An amazing array of image styles come from Zbrush. Your's is distinctive !
Gorgeous Kathy, my eyes were happy to see this, this morning.
Can you tell us a little how you did this? You mentioned two frogs, I mean fogs, how do you do that? How did transparency help you in this image, I can detect no specularity in the material.
04-30-01, 12:03 PM
Nice! Though I'll have to admit, I can't visualize any transparency other than the water drops. How can you use 2 fogs? Did you export the image after the 1st, and then import it back again and apply the 2nd? :confused:
BTW, I finally checked out your site. Nice. It was an unexpected surprise to see that you made the CrocHunter pic. I loved that when I saw it over on Renderosity. :)
What I did was treat each layer as it's own piece. Fog is applied differently to each layer (background vs foreground)
The transparency was laid using the flatbrush with no bump, utilizing different colors. It painted much like jello. :p
So depending on what part we are talking about, it could be up to 19 layers of jellocolor.
The water spots are actually postwork in painterclassic using the dry chaulk tool. That was applied after baking and exporting the final Zrender.
The final fog was applied to all three baked layers.
I feel like a little kid just pushing buttons to see what happens...... ;)
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