Author Topic: TOON SHADER? when?  (Read 3742 times)

2021-05-19, 12:05:55

uniontrade

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Hello the good Corona! I don't need metion the other one :-P
This is a question inside of my head long time ago... Corona render is my favorite one, but nothing is perfect and one of thing that will helps to make it more close to the perfect is....

THE TOON SHADER, We the corona render users can expect in the next months or years
a toon shader as Arnold render do?

Thanks you!!!

2021-05-19, 14:09:36
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Beanzvision

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Hi there, some "Toon" shaders are supported but not all. Here's an example of a converted C4D scene to Corona.


2021-09-14, 18:48:50
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Hi there, some "Toon" shaders are supported but not all. Here's an example of a converted C4D scene to Corona.



Hi, can you share the tree nodes for the "toon" shader?? THX

2021-09-15, 12:21:30
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Sure, this is just one of the shaders. Hope that helps! :)


2021-11-06, 13:15:09
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I really like the NPR approach in Zbrush. Being a post-effect, it’s super fast - and surprisingly versatile. It’s like having a nano-version of photoshop inside Zbrush with only twelve layers, but with access to all the 3d and light information in the model. Rendering in Zbrush is quite hopeless otherwise, but the NPR is worth copying checking out.