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Preparing an Exotic, Non-Alcoholic Cocktail
Added on: Mon Oct 11 2004
Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 

orange juice Ok, itís almost over now. Itís about a question of taste.
I went for a red orange juice, like this:








material settings I didnít like the standard or the raytrace material, because it shined strange, so I chose a mental ray material. Itís ĎGlass(physics_phen)í with these settings:






The last thing I did was add the straw, the lemon and the little umbrella. You can download the file and check it out here:  glass.zip

I never rendered the whole animation as it took too long on my very slow p4 1.7 with 256 ram.

AnywayÖ I hope you liked mixing this drink and found this in any way helpful. By the way, maybe you noticed how deep this image is, with the sun as the lemon :)

glass in the sun

Contact me anytime on [email protected] if you need any help.You can also visit www.3dluvr.com/bogdan for more of my work.

 
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