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Old 24-11-2005, 07:29 PM   #1
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Heres is an old Caustics test render I just found. Feel free to C&C it. I looked at the one at Caligraphics as well as the tutorial, and just felt like posting it.
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The glass/plastic needs refraction otherwise pretty neat.
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Have you tried attaching an HDRI Image? It will boost you scene.
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theres no caustics in this render... at least not visible
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Actually I disposed of this model a while ago. Just felt like posting my final result
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