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    Default Wed clay material

    I'm working on a wed clay material.
    Despite everybody might have its own vision of it, let me know what you think of it...


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    With this shader, I dont go to micro level of details, but one or 2 levels below, and add a smooth diplay, to simulate the clay softness...
    Another zbrush render:

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    Yeahh!!! Thx pixologic, it's damn cool to have Zbrush caps!

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    The color and moistness look good. It's missing something though, but I can't put my finger on it.
    Long dead links removed...

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    Default Great shader

    Looks very acurate to me.

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    Default Hey Seb.

    Nice start for sure.
    Hmmm...Looks too shiny and needs a little grit to it.
    But the color is pretty good.
    Although to me it looks more like Roma Plastilina at the moment.
    Keep going and thanks for doing this.
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    Looks good, Seb.
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    Ohh that is looking very nice!
    My only thoughts are it seems a little wet and WED seems less green and more toward a desatutrated brown. I do like where its going. Thanks for taking the time to do this.

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    how did u clay render this? im new so... hehe

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    Cool man! I'd have to see it, but I think I know how to get that last quality. Very cool idea though, clay, go figure.
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    Very cool! If you took the specular done that might help remove some of the wetness. This looks great!


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    Nearly there.

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    Looking darn good there friend.
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    It's really close...a tiny bit less shine and a very subtle "grain".

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    Default Clay Shader

    Sebcesoir,

    I love it!
    It reminds me of Roma PLastilina, after you spray it with Acrylic. Which for me personally, is perfect!!!

    If you want to change it.....fine, but do me a favor and save a copy of this material and light for me. It's so totally what I am used to and I would love to be able to try it out. If you dont mind that is?

    As far as W.E.D. goes. That's a bit more gray.
    But save this one for sure!

    Good job. Love to get a copy, pretty please, with sugar on top

    BTW: Very nice sculpts

    ~BW

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    Very nice.... are you going to share?

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