Weird ocean cube

Started by Hannes, August 03, 2018, 06:23:12 pm

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Hannes

I decided to create a new thread, although this is sort of a surreal evolution of my "Another ocean" attempts.
There are combinations of altitude limits and simple shape shaders to create the fake subsurface scattering here.

luvsmuzik

We will soon have beer foam sliding down the side of a glass. I can see it all now.  ;D

SILENCER

Now that's boss.
Implement that into something awesome

Dune

Very cool! You could make an awesome waterfal with this. Just plunge some boxes in an environment, click and render  ;D


j meyer

 8) A cubic waterplanet, great.
And really well done.

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WASasquatch

Quote from: Dune on August 04, 2018, 01:54:43 am
Very cool! You could make an awesome waterfal with this. Just plunge some boxes in an environment, click and render  ;D


Not a bad idea. I wonder how the animation would play out on rounded cube borders?
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Hannes


Oshyan

Oh, that's a fun one!

- Oshyan

DocCharly65

What a funny idea - and looks so cool!

WASasquatch

I tried doing a cube too but couldn't get exact results. Is it a surface layer with a child being a transformed setup stretched out with smoothing effect?
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