Learn about adding a translucent texture to a liquid object.
- [Instructor] To make that splash to look like coffee,…we'll first of all select it.…And we'll look at our materials.…Now, not surprisingly there isn't a coffee material,…so we're going to have to make our own.…Let's choose something that's close to it,…we'll pick this orange glass…and even in the Preview mode…you can see that it's somewhat transparent.…To see how it really looks though…we're going to have to look at the Render Preview,…so let's click the button.…
It takes a moment to begin the render…but there is our coffee appearing…and we can just about see…that there's some coffee wrapped around it.…It's good and shiny but it could do…with a little more transparent.…So, let's have a look at our opacity…in the properties…and drag that down a little,…it'll render it again…and we're now getting the beginnings…of some transparency through this glass.…It's a bit too orange,…so let's click on the base color again…and let's change the color to more of a deep coffee color.…
That's a bit too dark,…so let's brighten it up again…
- Building a scene
- Adding a primitive object and changing its proportions
- Adjusting lighting and reflection
- Adding a translucent texture to a liquid object
- Importing a custom model and sizing it
- Adjusting the field of view
- Using keyboard shortcuts to improve your workflow
- Using the Magic Wand tool
Skill Level Intermediate
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