Author Topic: Old Rolls-Royce  (Read 855 times)

2018-10-27, 11:15:50

congdv

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Hi everyone,
Just for fun image in my freetime.
Hope you like it!

softwares: 3dsmax, corona, photoshop
« Last Edit: 2018-10-27, 11:21:20 by congdv »

2018-11-02, 12:55:09
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maru

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Something is wrong with the glasses. The refraction in the front glass looks wrong, and why is the front glass bright, and all other ones black?

2018-11-02, 14:06:37
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congdv

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Thanks for your comment ! i will check it. :)

2018-11-03, 21:05:08
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Nekrobul

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That might be smoothing groups. There are 3 options how to fix it.

1 - Disable refraction on glass
2 - Disable smoothing groups and reenable them
3 - If the geometry is thin (single polygon thikness) then you might try to as shell modifyer.
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