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    Heres an update of the textured version, not final.
    As I said, I have 2 materials, and some gelly mat for the glasses.
    Unfortunatly, I can't have transparency, I cant see inside of the aircraft...
    Anybody has an idea on how to get it?

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    Sweet!

    For transparency you need to have Flatten in the Render menu off. Have your windows on a separate layer using a material with transparency then adjust the slider in the material modifiers.

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    so Im stuck : glasses are the same objects
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    How do you mean? What you need is the interior on a separate layer from the glass. The glass can be on the same layer as the rest of the plane, as long as what you want to see through the glass is on a different layer. Any good?

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    Not sure if this help you....


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    Thanks a lot for your interesting script, andreseloy, its cool if I want to put inside objects.
    But the problem is I would like to see the inside of the plane, in 2 sided, with the glass mouts etc...
    I fear I would have to mask both parts to render it separatly...
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    Sorry...
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    Default Transparency on the way!

    Another option would be to export the object into another program and break it up into two separate pieces and bring it back into z-brush. That could get messy it would really be best to render it in the second program once you break the model up.

    Try taking it down a couple divisions take it to another program and then use a deformer map created in ZBrush to get to the same level of detail in another software package. And then use the rendering of the other package to get the transparency you want.

    Or you could render it and do the work in Photoshop.

    Sounds like a pain...
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    Well I had to hurry to finish, because I will start another thing.

    Hope you like it!

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    looks fantastic

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    Default Looks great!

    I love the dirty finish to the pic!

    Good job!
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    really nice shot, Sebcesoir

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    That is absolutely incredible. Very imaginative, creative, and colorful. The textures are amazing, the modeling is superb. Man, I wish I could model like that. 2 thumbs up!
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    Sebcesoir !!wonderful !!
    you are great !! the texture is amazing as the compositing !!
    it looks great !!
    congrats

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    Including vapor trail
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