Join Eric Keller for an in-depth discussion in this video Applying transparency, part of ZBrush 3 for Windows Essential Training.
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If you want to create an illustration that has the look of a transparent…objects in it, there are couple of ways to do this. The first way is to…actually use the Rgb Intensity slider. I'm going to switch to the Sphere 3D…tool, and notice that by default Rgb Intensity has set to 100. I want to switch…to the BasicMaterial. There is nothing about his material that is transparent…by default. That's an opaque material. So I'm going to draw a sphere on to the…canvas. Without changing the material at all, I'm going to lower the Rgb…Intensity, and draw onto the canvas. And now we get, semi transparent sphere.…
The more I lower the Intensity, the more transparent the sphere becomes. I can…go to the Draw palette, and add a little bit of Refraction to this…Transparency. It's only going to effect new spheres that I draw on the canvas…that have a low Rgb Intensity. You can start to see some of that Refraction…there. It might be a bit much so, let's pull that down to about 4, here we go.…You can see the light is being bent around these areas, around the corner. So…
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