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Old 23-02-2004, 10:18 PM   #1
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Default Anyone cares for some ice tea ?

http://orvatsel.com/gallery/tea.jpg


II worked several hpours to get the right feel - obviously - not perfect but I had a grainy image until I played with the bias paramter


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i recommend caustics
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I like "Ice Tea" logo, but Im not too sure about the tea itself(liquid). Looks too "perfect" to me.
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there need to be bubbles, liquid on the out-side of the glas (the bit there, when the liquid is cold ) ... of course refractive material, caustics, and something to reflect ...

and the ultra-last bit: citron in the middle as a focus for the eyes

and a lot of silver-black contrast.
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Really nice work. Noob-question: How did you do the glass? I'd really like to know that. Wanna do a tutorial on that? :-)


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THX

Glass is easy - connect a SamplerInfo node to a Blender node and connect the latter to the Transparency and/or the reflection of your Blinn (or Phong/E)

practice until you like it - there are plenty of tuts on this one.

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