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    Sss

    Hello everybody i have an idea about using sss it's a really basic scene no chader exept (Kappa) just one spote light with shadow map i hope u find it helpful
    thank's all criticism are welcome.....

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    Holy craaap that is awesome!
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    It's just the normal translucent wax effect you get with any type of sss shader.
    There was no need to cum in your pants.

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    Poor guy i think im looking for constructive criticism ,not your opinion...OK
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    Quote Originally Posted by oDDity
    It's just the normal translucent wax effect you get with any type of sss shader.
    There was no need to cum in your pants.
    True.. No need, but it does make the experience more enjoyable.
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    Ok guys if im wrong tell me......
    try it use Sss with object spot and u'l see the difference

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    Hmm, I don't have much experience with LW nodes yet, but this looks very usefull to me.
    Thanks Mrjack

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    thank's....

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    Holy craaap that is awesome!
    It's just the normal translucent wax effect you get with any type of sss shader.
    There was no need to cum in your pants.
    That's just a typical type of comment you get when someone posts an SSS shader effect
    There was no need for derision
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    Quote Originally Posted by pooby
    That's just a typical type of comment you get when someone posts an SSS shader effect
    There was no need for derision
    Well, I really did think it was awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carm3D
    Well, I really did think it was awesome.
    As did I. I've not seen anything that looks that waxy with a kappa only setup. I've seen nice SSS results with the mixing Omega and Kappa, but this looks nice. Will have to mess about with it again.

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    Well, I really did think it was awesome.
    lol.. My attempt at a smart-arsed reply backfired somewhat - sorry about that.
    I don't even know what I'm doing in here..
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    seeing as I am,

    Is Kappa usually that grainy? I haven't bothered with nodal shading yet. ( fprime reasons)
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