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Old 29-06-2003, 05:39 PM   #31
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Sorry M, But the tubes did not look right when i extruded them. It didnt seem to fit. I like the toyish look anyways. I just figured out how to play with caustics, so I figured that i would put them in for effect. It is very easy to do caustics, and I am surprised there are not many tuts on them. Well here it is anyway.
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Old 29-06-2003, 05:41 PM   #32
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Ok, Just kidding about that last one. Here is the real final render.

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Old 29-06-2003, 08:20 PM   #33
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:O, I really like how you did this final render! Dont worry about the extrudes, if they didnt work then thats too bad. Good job and i love the water effects! I have no idea how to do that. You should of added some bubbles behind the jets . Very cool though.
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Old 30-06-2003, 01:31 AM   #34
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Thanks M, I have never had anyone ask me how i did something. It is very easy actually. I will make a tut on it i think. but what it is is an ocean texture and some environment fog.
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Heh, wow.. it really looks like it has water above it giving raytracing and shadows down to the bottom of the ocean. Great job! If you do make a tutorial on it one of these days.. send me the link through PM . I am not familiar with enviroment fog.. i truly need to read "maya fundamentals" just to fill in the gaps . SM will do the trick.. just i feel like a dummy askin questions at times.. heheh. By the way, I hope to see you join one of the future challenges! Would be cool to see what you come up with
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Yea, I think i will join all of them that i can. I will write a tut on that effect, as it is not very hard to do, and the results are great.
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Ok, I tried bubbles but i am very dissapointed in the few that i did so its a no go for me.
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