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Author: SnowFox. So you've got a container, but nothing to put in it? The bowl is harder, so let's start with the cup. Select the faces at the bottom of the cup. That's it, the cup's full! Because you Extracted first, the liquid is a separate object, which can be asigned its own texture map.
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Now it gets a little tougher. Now we're going to fill the bowl. Select the bowl and Duplicate it, but don't move it. Leave it selected, and from the Select menu, choose Hide Unselected to hide the real bowl. Select the edge loops around the inside and outside of the bowl. I like to use the second loop from the top, because otherwise the bowl's too full. Choose Loop Cut, and you should end up with this. Wings has automatically created a new face for the surface of the liquid!
Delete the extra peice the red selected part. That's it! Don't smooth the liquids. I'd suggest setting the edges of the liquid hard, that makes them render better. User Tools Log In. Site Tools. Sidebar Table of Contents Filling a container. Old ArtZone Wiki.This page exists within the Old ArtZone Wiki section of this site. Read the information presented on the linked page to better understand the significance of this fact.
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Setting opacity is not enough, so here are some basic steps to creating good water surfaces. This tutorial is centered on DAZ Studio, but you may be able to adjust and use these methods and tips in Bryce and other 3D programs. Your map should look something like the image above, which is a small portion of provided image map. Download the provides simple cylinder prop for use in DAZ Studio for the water object. You may also use a cylinder, box, or other simple prop you already have or create one with the free DAZ Studio Primitives plug-in.
You can just open the water prop scene to follow along with this tutorial. There is a downside to rendering clear materials like water and glass in DAZ Studio.
DAZ slows down a bit when you lower opacity to make things seem semi-transparent. DAZ really slows down by a huge factor, however, when you use reflection and refraction settings. You may see multi-hour renders. Thus it is suggested you do test renders smaller size or leave the water effects until late in the scene design process to save yourself time. You may find adding items like boats, swimmers, pool floats, and docks actually lowers your render time because less of the total scene is water.
If your bump or displacement map is applied too strong it can warp the effected model surface such that things called UV coordinated get distorted. If this happens you can get small black squares in your render output when you also use refraction. Other times using a map that does not create concave model areas when applied to the model can fix things. Avoiding any negative values in bump or displacement and lowering the bump or displacement percentage and strength can also help.
Other times just a camera angle change can help.
If nothing works you may have to do post work fix ups. The surface bump or displacement map and settings are your key to water surface eddies and waves. As shown in step 3's last image, blue water can end up looking green if you use a yellow sand bottom. If this is not what you want, you will need to adjust your underwater surface colors to closely match your desired water color and render again.
User Tools Log In. Site Tools.This page exists within the Old ArtZone Wiki section of this site. Read the information presented on the linked page to better understand the significance of this fact. Author: Nikkiflinn. This is basic tutorial on a basic scene set-up that I use. Most of you already know this stuff, but for those of you that are just starting on DAZ Studio I hope this helps you in learning how to use the program.
First you will need to load a figure. Under there, find People and click on Victoria. Now she should appear underneath as a thumbnail. Click on her and she'll come up as naked figure. I suggest giving her a pose first. I used the gun I downloaded from the Free Products Archive for a prop.
To create a pose like the one here, click on the Parameters on the right side of the screen. Now move the mouse above the part you wish to pose. It should have a three dimensional box of yellow around it now. Now click on it and the box will change to grey. Right Click the icon and click on Line Up. This should cause a tab to appear in the right hand side beside the Parameters selection, called Surfaces, which you should then click on.
A menu of the different body parts should then come up, as well as the parts of the hair and whatever props or clothing accessories you have up.
Now make sure you've got the Surfaces set to Advanced. We'll start with the hair. Click on the hair as a whole or the separate parts, depending on how you would rather do it.