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Ash

S3D#2:Realistic eyes(EASY)+Slit pupil+

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In the before shape3d image, did you use paneling plugin to lower the Gradient lines enough?

Or you can post you before shape3d image here so others can see what is missing.

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I have no clue what I did wrong...

Did you flatten/merge the layers before rendering?

he fixed that problem if you didnt see :D i think his new problem was that he blured it a little to much messing up the gradient bars and the inside panelling ring

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It's basically the same setting.

Gradient Bars : Scale, Old=20 New=0.20

Paneling: Move vertical, Old=-22 New=22

You shouldn't be learning the numbers, you should be learning the method.

Just give the plugins/settings a try before asking, you would've learned more about what these effects do.

Open your mind and you will see what I mean.

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Thanks for the great tutorial, Ash. I love it! I'm trying to think what I can use them on :lol:

My gradient and paneling settings were different but I just played with the settings until I got something I liked.

I do love learning new things!

I spy....

eye2.jpg

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The last few step of the tut, was for the shiny look.

However, I was planing for an updated version (1.5) of this tut....using different shape3d settings to give a even better shiny/wet look. (I hope :P )

Stay tuned, I will work on it when I have more time.

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