https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cgFvZmfjTYcwhats the secret to realism?
Andrew "BlenderGuru" Price has a video on "the secret ingredient to photorealism". Give it a watch. It turns out -- the secret was Filmic.
>>699480anyone that claims to "know the secret" to anything just wants something from you, be it likes, exposure, or money
>>699628He was trolling
>>699643No he was dead serious, and for good reasons. That video is actually on light more than anything. A video worth a watch.
>>699479>whats the secret to realism?desaturisation and fucking dark lights
It's a video and not realtime cutscene. That's the secret.
>>699479The real question here is does the water actually affect the skin sim or are they separate.
>>699480it was a rhetorical question anon.
>>699664>The real question here is does the water actually affect the skin sim or are they separate."I wanted to change the skin, but in the end it changed me."- The Water"Maybe the real change was the affect we made along the way"- The Water
>>699664No, I believe they are separate as per the picture. The hand is a collision and the water is simulated with gravity.