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    how do u use the dialectric node??

    how do u use the dialectric node??
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    2D is so Flat! oobievision's Avatar
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    thank u very much bytehawk, thats the easiest tutorial ive seen yet. i made glass in about half the time I would normally. thanks alot, ill post some stuff later tonight. thanks again. do u also have one for delta
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    Awesome tutorial Bytehawk, thank you so much! First time I actually understood the process of using nodes somehow... Truly amazing understandable yet simple tutorial!

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    cheers guys.

    This is an ongoing series of tutorials.
    on top of the dielectrics I just made the intro
    http://bytehawk.net/content/view/22/2

    Matt made an awesome sigma video, http://www.newtek.com/forums/showpos...83&postcount=1

    so it is worth checking out too
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    Incidentally, a bunch of us are considering a surfacing challenge with shared results here:

    http://www.newtek.com/forums/showthread.php?p=557902

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    ok I got the glass right do u have any tips on liquids in a glass?
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