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    Emmental Cheese

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    Playing with BoolTool and SSS in Cycles
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    Nice one



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    The knife handle should be more matte. Very nice image overall. Very calm and good color combination IMO.



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    Originally Posted by usernew View Post
    The knife handle should be more matte. Very nice image overall. Very calm and good color combination IMO.
    Thanks for the advise i'll test it later



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    great stuff, very nice to see booltool used this way.
    well done



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    I like this the realism is very good. Im wondering if the cheese could do with a touch more subsurface scattering. And maybe a tad less chromatic aberration, but i know blender is kind of not very subtle in chromatic aberration.



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    It actually looks good with different grades of SSS stronger ones make is looks "softer" the ones i used as reference had a mor firm look, which to what I understood typical of that specific Swiss type and less of other softer copies in france and belgium (3D Artist must learn a lot of things, so strange).

    About chromatic aberration what do you usually use? next time I'll use some 2D plugin in compositing.

    Originally Posted by Thesonofhendrix View Post
    I like this the realism is very good. Im wondering if the cheese could do with a touch more subsurface scattering. And maybe a tad less chromatic aberration, but i know blender is kind of not very subtle in chromatic aberration.



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    Those knives are great! I used the same one in a bread, butter, and wine render. Although the one I used was a bread knife but same maker. By the way, the render looks good to me and congrats on top row
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