Moving refraction


(wewa_juicyb) #1

Well this rendered at 0.0153333 fps (that’s 1 frame per minute) in blender. I’m rather happy with the result.

http://wewa.gotdns.com/Water2DivX.avi

WeWa


(calli) #2

Very nice!

Carsten


(BgDM) #3

Excellent job on the reflections and the water texturing. Your work gets better with each post.

Keep it up!

BgDM


(EnthroneD) #4

mighty neat effect!!! how about goin scuba diving next time?? :smiley:


(kaktuswasse) #5

very nice, how did you do it?

cya henrik


(kerosene) #6

heyho!

great work wewa!
the refractions look awesome. and the lighting is great as well. :smiley:

keep blending,

    kerosene

(wewa_juicyb) #7

/me looks at the dates everybody who just commented registered, DAMNIT! I should have registered earlier…
Enthroned - I’d love too, if only I could model char’s…

WeWa


(stephen2002) #8

just a note for you, that download only went at 10KB/sec…very slow for my current connection.

The refraction is nice, but there are no caustic effects that I can spot.


(wewa_juicyb) #9

No caustics indeed. Blender doesn’t support that feature (I hope I didn’t spoil it for you :D) yet. As to the 10kb/s, lucky you, I can only upload at 12kb/s so you must have found me during the not-so-busy-hours. I’m afraid it’s either Angelfire or my own place as host, and since you were complaining about angelfire a while back I decided to try hosting myself.

WeWa