In this video you can learn about the subsurface scattering attributes of the aiStandardSurface material and how this can effect the look and feel of your animation.
- [Instructor] In this video,…we're going to look at how subsurface scattering…can be used to create…interesting shaders for your animations.…It can help bring color and a sense of depth…to your shapes in molecular animation.…So what we want to do is assign a new material to our shape.…And we're going to use an AI standard surface.…In the colors, I'm gonna choose a light blue.…
Down in the subsurface options,…I'm gonna change the weight to 0.4.…And then under your subsurface color,…if you click this option box,…it comes up with a couple of options for you to choose from.…These can be quite interesting to experiment with.…For the subsurface color,…I'm going to choose a nice cyan color.…
And then in the radius color,…I'm going to change this to a deep green.…Changing the scale changes the way…that the subsurface scattering works on your shape.…So you can see very faintly on these edges…that these are kind of a dark purplely looking color.…
If we turn the weight up slightly,…you can see more of the effect.…You can experiment by changing the color of the radius.…
AuthorEmily Holden (McDougall)
- Why study medical animation?
- Creating basic medical animations
- How different aesthetics can impact your final animation
- Cinematic and three-point lighting
- Working with layered shaders
Skill Level Intermediate
3ds Max: Medical Product Visualization with Arnoldwith Duane Loose1h 23m Intermediate
1. What Is Medical Animation?
2. Basic Medical Animations
3. Visual Impact
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