Author Topic: Randomisation melanin  (Read 951 times)

2020-01-04, 19:20:51

celmar

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Hi everybody!!! Happy New year,first!!!!   I have a problème with thé haïr matériel, when usinf "random mélanine" .. I was expecting for exemple somme darker haïr on clearer haïr, ans on fact, the result is that each SINGLE haïr bas horizontales stripes, liké a worm...Is it thé only possible result????


2020-01-04, 21:57:05
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celmar

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In fact, when I'm home, and can try different set up, the random melanin is not the problem... Well, I don't undrerstand why some hairs are so striped! see doc joined, and tghank you for help, as it's a problem on an assignment, and it's panic!!!!!

2020-01-04, 23:26:45
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I think it's glint. Try to turn the parameter down.
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2020-01-07, 17:13:25
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As already mentioned, lowering the glint strength will help for close-ups. In my example the settings are:

Color:
Melanin= 6%
Random melanin= 20%

Reflection:
Glint strength= 0.02

I hope that helps.


2020-01-07, 19:58:07
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thank you so much! effectively, the glint parameter was the killer!!!