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Old 24-01-2008, 06:36 PM   #1
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Default Best material for coke and water

Hi everyone!
What is the best material (and settings) i can use do render a coke created in Real Flow ?!

For water i have already used dielectric material and also put some objects for it to reflect (or an HDRI image).

It looks good, but when i get the same material and change the color for a mix of dark brow and dark red to simulate coke it doesn´t get to transparent like coke!

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mate - haven't you already started a thread with this question?

don't know much about making liquid, but you might want to try playing with the transparency slider...

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