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Title: Waterfall Material
Post by: dsmelcer1234 on July 17, 2011, 03:25:46 am
Before I drop my credits on the environmental effects can someone explain to me how the waterfall material works? Do I have to model in a smooth "organic" water shape over some rocks, then apply the waterfall material to it? Can you apply it with a "paintbrush" or do you have to keep the "falling animated" water object separate from the "static" water? Any insight would help me make an informed buying decision. Thanks.
Title: Re: Waterfall Material
Post by: SEVERINO on July 17, 2011, 01:26:54 pm
This is much easier, you should have a material applied to the organic elements that have cerado and make small changes in material characteristics, to achieve the desired waterfall effect.
a greeting, Severino
Title: Re: Waterfall Material
Post by: Nicolas on July 18, 2011, 10:10:18 am
This is much easier, you should have a material applied to the organic elements that have cerado and make small changes in material characteristics, to achieve the desired waterfall effect.
a greeting, Severino
Sorry Severino, what is a cerado?