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DavorP

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As one user at the 3D Basecamp requested a similar effect, I did some tests. So here is the result and a section of the setup. Rendered with Interior_high_1.0.8

LEM_translucent_rendered_800_px.jpg 
LEM_translucent_setup_sectioned.jpg


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nice work Bob [biggrin]
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Looks good Davor!

The detail your are showing is a section of all the red lines, repeated 6 times vertically? For those type of thing I would have normally simply painted a red LEM instead of the translucent glass. But what you did makes a more diverse effect, less flat-  the edges are more visible. This is cool.

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Nick, yes, it is a section of one and repeated 6 times. The request was to have some gradient - I don't have the original image, but it was more or less similar to the rendering. 
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Great work Davor.

The LEM's look really good in the Browser, looking forward to using them in some renders.

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Sure, thanks for the idea about adding those in the Browser.
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