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How To Use


  FruitTea by Andrw

Category Liquid
Date 2008-07-28 02:30:03
Rendertime 00:30:00
System Core 2 Duo 2160Mhz
Vray version RC 1.52
3dsmax version 8.0
Comment a simple liquid which should be looks realistick.I hope:_)
The missing dll is plugin ColorCorrect which i use..Free to download.

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tonnamcm wrote: very nice thank you

tonnamcm wrote: very nice thank you

Aida1000000 wrote: merci!

katysha wrote: Beautiful!!!

caravella wrote: Excellent but i dont see my objects inside, it's not really translucy ? thank you

Ben74 wrote: thanks man this is great

resse wrote: very nice thank you

npd_2006 wrote: nice. Thank you!

thevilphysicist wrote: thx

uturn wrote: cool

Kuodo wrote: Where can I find the plugin you used? Also, does it matter if I don't use it?

kamsus wrote: COOL !!!

魔血狼人 wrote: nice~ thks!!!

lek15 wrote: nice material

paquitin wrote: it's very good thank's

llexx wrote: Thank You

pedax83 wrote: fantastico

madonna762276 wrote: very good job thanks

madonna762276 wrote: very good job,thanks

tripl3_thr34t wrote: DOF is built into the sample scene. come on people. nice material btw.

alemarroco wrote: nice 9 points

slimba wrote: nice work)

dickie_ilagan wrote: really nice

ikubosu wrote: nice and smooth

Andrw wrote: Need_Help : for better looking I think.

Need_Help wrote: Hmm....I wonder why you put DOF in your render even though this is just a preview of your material. Anyway, good job!

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Pirog123 wrote: mmmmm..... tea.....

cage-warp wrote: sweet :)

Andrw wrote: arevulopapo..I attempt about biggest quality of render and materials not speed..Another things is,that the cup of tea usually have an inconsiderable size in render..:_)

arevulopapo wrote: 31 minutes is terrible O_o

Andrw wrote: stephenjone5...I did it in photoshop after render:_)

stephenjone5 wrote: is the depth of field apart of your render time? How are you getting this effect? Looks nice either way...

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