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Old 25-11-2004, 07:56 PM   #1
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Smile Rendering Liquid Metal

I have a client who needs me to produce a liquid metal (mercury effect)

If someone can show that they can produce the same level of realism as the image below - there will be some paid freelance work for them

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if it's a still then it's some squashed spheres with a simple fully reflective blinn on them and rendered using MR. Shouldn't be too hard for someone to do.


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