Horse SSS Test

I used the method for faking SSS found at this web page:

and applied it to the model on Newton for my long coming short.
I think it turned out pretty good!

Whatd’ya think?

P.S, it probably took 10 sec (30 with Antialiasing) to render on an macbook intel dual core 1.83 Ghz with 1.25 Gig ram.
Very sweet.

that is pretty cool but i havent seen that many orange horses lol just kidding. maybe it needs some fur?

Hehe, Yeah, He certainly is lacking fur. In the final short, I want it to be kinda cartoony, so I thought I would make him look more like a colored wax horse, with some extreme SSS.
Thanks for the comment!
Here’s an animation test for anyone who’s interested:
whatd’ya think?

Im not sure, but is that light we are supposed to be seeing lighting up his whole ass? I think you should back way off the SSS.

Subsurface scattering is a mechanism of light transport in which light penetrates the surface of a translucent object, is scattered by interacting with the material, and exits the surface at a different point.