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Sunday, 17 July 2011

Vray Sketchup Glass Material

Thanks to Jonathan Ignas for sharing this beautiful glass material. Check this out.

 Here are the sample render using this material.

14 comments:

  1. Hey, thanks for the tutorial! I have an issue tho, when I change the Fog color of my refraction layer, it goes black.. Any ideas?

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    1. Any value below 254 (on the val. box) will show black on the previz marble. I guess it has something to do with the marble's size (as if it were infinitely big) but the actual render will show glass fine.

      I know it's been 3 1/2 years since this question, but I hope it can help others...

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    2. Congrats on your great tutorials Nomer!

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  2. im not sure on this breeze. what is the color of your transparency? also try to see this water tutorial i have done about transparency.
    http://nomeradona.blogspot.com/2011/09/tutorial-how-to-create-pool-water-in.html

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    1. hello,

      how can i download the new version of free vray 1.49.1 for sketchup? i have downloaded it and my previous vray was uninstalled then its not working anymore.

      please help

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    2. hahaha same problem...but i have no choice...i format my pc...i;m tired find what the problem..

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  3. Finish product is excellent. The glass wall is over the top!
    auto glass guru

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  4. If your glass went black... reduce your fog multiplier to .02

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  5. Soi where can i download this material?

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  6. pardon master . . . why i got default material at otherside when we look at glass material??

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  7. @dewit suhali
    cheers, that fixed it for me

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  8. Hello!
    How can I turn the reflection down?
    In order to avoid having a whitish color because of the reflection of the sky
    Thanksss

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  9. hello. i followed this tutorial and it doesn't work on me. I am using vray 2.0 by the way. does it affect?

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