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They way you have the clouds appear/disappear would be good for a time lapse effect I think

 

It was unexpected, there must be something animated that i didn't notice.

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Testing out some bread materials to go with my cheese...

 

BreadFour.jpg

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I like something about all four of them, Robert. Great stuff!

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A slightly less-burned crust look...

 

BreadF000.jpg

 

 

Getting a good crust look is turning out to be the hard part.

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I can taste it! Budder me up! I still crack-up at the china pattern... a simple patch image, and A:M does the distortion no-charge... right?

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I still crack-up at the china pattern... a simple patch image, and A:M does the distortion no-charge... right?

 

Yup! I love easy solutions!

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Here's a partial turn-around of the bread

 

The angle of the bread to the camera has quite a bit to do with how it looks. The crust will need some other treatment, it looks rather gelatinous here.

 

The noise combiner has a too obvious repeat to it when it's scaled this small, that's another problem.

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Here's a the sine turbulence combiner inside a gradient combiner to fade it out at the top, all on a stack of 40 flat plates

 

Amazing Box o' Clouds (by Whammo!)

 

CubeRedBallTwo.mov

 

 

BoxOClouds.JPG

 

 

Cube_o_Clouds_05_With_Ball.prj

 

 

I dimly recall trying something like this back in the 90's but gave it up when it was taking an hour per frame. Now it takes 55 seconds and NetRender can do four at once!

 

Possibly with a different turbulence combiner more daylight between the clouds could be had?

 

Rob,

 

I'm having trouble downloading this project and would like to explore this topic more. Can you advise me how to download this since clicking and/or right-clicking on the link just sends me to a page with script? Great looking clouds!

 

Thanks,

Chris

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Yes this thread was very informative and interesting to read through and follow---Nice job all .

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Rob,

 

I'm having trouble downloading this project and would like to explore this topic more. Can you advise me how to download this since clicking and/or right-clicking on the link just sends me to a page with script? Great looking clouds!

 

Thanks,

Chris

 

Does it not give you a save dialog at all? Try a different browser first

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