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Added 8 years ago

A shader hack that allows to make so-called "subtractive colours" renders.

Format: DAZ Studio *.daz *.ds *.dsb
Categories: Other
Usage Rights: Unrestricted use
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Crudelitas (8 years ago)Inappropriate?
Ah, thank you for this information!
I was a bit unsure.
Thanks again!
ReDave (8 years ago)Inappropriate?
Hi Jimmy and Crudelitas, thanks for feedback! It's a DAZ Studio shader done in Shader Mixer and saved as a shader preset, and as all of those you can put it anywhere in your Content folder, provided it is outside the Runtime, if any. Use is in "negative", make one Red one Green and one Blue lights and the surface you applied this shader to will turn the complement colour (e.g. Red more …
Crudelitas (8 years ago)Inappropriate?
This looks really interesting!
I'm a stupid people, but one question:
Where should I put this "hack" in my content?
I would be pleased by this Note.
JimmyC (8 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thanks Dave, going to give it a try now, looks interesting.

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