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Glass in Vray
show user profile  Madredchris
Hey guys,

Im hoping to render my first 3d house, but, I cant get my glass right.

Its either to reflective or not reflective at all.
Its bugging the hell out of me and I can only find half tutorials about this.

Anyone of you guys knows a nice tutorial or something else, because if I google 'glass' I get tutorials for a wine glass, which is like 100% reflective, (looks more like chrome or something).

Regards.
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9/29/2011 7:32:13 AM (last edit: 9/29/2011 7:32:13 AM)
show user profile  Sylverstalker
Interior or exterior? It will need an environment of some kind to reflect otherwise it will just get flat reflections.




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9/29/2011 7:48:59 AM (last edit: 9/29/2011 7:48:59 AM)
show user profile  Madredchris
Exterior.

That Is the point, I want to reflect only like 10-20%, now its like 100% Reflective.
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9/29/2011 8:20:46 AM (last edit: 9/29/2011 8:20:46 AM)
show user profile  Bolteon
post up an image.

-Marko Mandaric



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9/29/2011 11:41:19 AM (last edit: 9/29/2011 11:41:19 AM)
show user profile  Error404
are you using fresnel for the reflection amount?

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9/29/2011 12:33:09 PM (last edit: 9/29/2011 12:33:09 PM)
show user profile  Madredchris
fixed.

Used vray-materials.de and used architectural glass
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10/2/2011 5:52:13 PM (last edit: 10/2/2011 5:52:13 PM)
show user profile  Error404
well I wouldn't really call that a fix, you still don't know what you were doing wrong :-)

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10/3/2011 1:17:57 AM (last edit: 10/3/2011 1:17:57 AM)
show user profile  del3d
^ word. post your original image.
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10/3/2011 2:32:11 AM (last edit: 10/3/2011 2:32:11 AM)
show user profile  3joez
It's actually faster to set up a working glass material from scratch than to import it:

1. Set refract to pure white or close.
2. Set IOR to 1,517 (defalult 1,6 will also do)
3. Tick "affect shadows", that way light will travel through glass.
4. Optional: give it a faint green or blue tint with fog color.

Done
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10/3/2011 7:27:59 AM (last edit: 10/3/2011 7:27:59 AM)
show user profile  Chris123643
i always do my window reflections in photoshop, ill be interested to try your way... what did you use to reflect?


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10/3/2011 10:17:18 AM (last edit: 10/3/2011 10:17:18 AM)
show user profile  3joez
I forgot, glass reflection should be set around 20 percent, which is the standard material measurement (so around 50, in a greyscale value, will yield realistic results). If you use Fresnel, which should be applied to all dielectric materials, crank up the value.
That way, glass will naturally reflect all the things you have in the scene.
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10/3/2011 10:35:19 AM (last edit: 10/3/2011 10:35:19 AM)
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