Author Topic: With all due respect to the Corona team  (Read 24537 times)

2016-11-07, 19:25:12
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astudio

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@pokoy

You're right. I always need to fake something. What I try to say, that if I know how it is working - I know how to fake things.

BTW the new PBR tutorials of CoronaTeam is very understandable, but doesn't help in my particular case. I think that with new level of renders we'll have options to fake less and less. :)

"If the material on the balconys' ground is reflective - disable reflections, so more light can bounce off from the diffuse part of the shader." -  Must to test this. Never thank this way :(

Edit: I tested it. With dark materials no different, with bright - reflection adds more light in surrounding. As it must be by logic.
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2016-11-07, 19:27:30
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Exist only two ways///
To choose from those clients who understand what this "Physical base render and material",
or making fakes:)))

With first one you'll stay without clients. :)