Glasses, Plastics, Diamonds and anything the like.

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Clear light blue glass (indoor lighting)
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Color RGB = 0, 128, 192
Transparency = 0.96 (96% transparent)
Refraction IOR = Glass (1.51714)
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Frosted light blue glass (indoor lighting)
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Color RGB = 0, 128, 192
Diffuse = 0.01
Transparency = 0.96 (96% transparent)
Refraction IOR = Glass (1.51714)
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Textured clear glass (indoor lighting)
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Texture = any texture you like
Transparency = 1 (100% transparent)
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Slightly off topic, but where can I get my hands on the 3D model used to generate the material sample images shown in this section of the forum?

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I have sent you a PM (private message) with the .SKP file of this model.
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Can you also send me this model please?

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Alienizer wrote:Can you also send me this model please?
Sure, I just sent you a PM
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Thanks :)

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Can you please send me the file as well?

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Is it possible to get optical lights in the shadow like this with Reylectron?

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Yes but you need to disable Direct Illumination and Grain Free.
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Support wrote:Yes but you need to disable Direct Illumination and Grain Free.
I disabled direct illumination and gran free, but I cant find the right settings to get this effect. I try to render a wine glass component. Tried different studio lights, with or without sun, and different transparency. The glass looks very nice but I cant get the light to shine through the glass and create this effect.
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The effect you have in the first picture is because of the water in it. Your wine glass doesn't have any liquid in it so it can't produce the same kind of caustics. You also need a light source big enough but not too big where the environment is not bright so the caustics can show.
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