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    Lately I've been experimenting a bit with a shader node, although not their fan, but some interesting things have turned out! I started from some tutorials and real pictures of milk and started to play with ss2 shaders and dielectric shaders settings...some color correction and post work in AE!

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    Stuck in a very big cube Waves of light's Avatar
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    I think the first one is closer to milk than the second. Needless to say they are both excellent shots.

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    Seems the environment makes for better milk in the first one.

    Both, though, are exemplary examples of milk splashes. Kudos.

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    Great renders, love the second one!
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    Thanks for the feedback. I can only say that milk is a very tricky material, its color changes depending on the lighting and background .. needs a lot of tweaking!!!
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    Man of many cells. shrox's Avatar
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    The first looks like whole milk, the second like low fat milk.
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    First one, very convincing!
    Increase subpatch level plus add a little microbumps to the surface.


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