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I have a scene with an avatar coming out of the water. Does anyone know how to make it look wet?
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I would mainly play with the "Roughness" map. If you lower the brightness and tinker a bit you can achieve a pretty good result.

https://forum.reallusion.com/uploads/images/8664f448-a344-42df-88e0-7776.jpg

Of course, using the right lighting plays a major role. So, after lowering the "Roughness" map, load some spotlights and move them around your character to achieve a better result.


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OH! Than you SO much!
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And this is with PopcornFX - Flick Water.

https://forum.reallusion.com/uploads/images/822ae4ef-0d34-43c6-ae89-c0e4.jpg

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Don't forget that clothing and hair need to also participate to "sell" the concept.

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Hello! 

These tips works great for a picture, but what about an animation?

I need to animate a character who is not yet wet but who finds himself soaked a few seconds later. Is there a solution?

Or do you necessarily have to create two characters: a dry one, and a wet one and play the transition to video editing ...?

If there is a tip I am interested.

Thank you in advance.
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Nearly any map can be animated, so you could make animated maps that show your character getting wet.



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How can I do this?
I just would like to be able to change the roughness/brighness like the exemple here but in the timeline for animation.
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As I said, create an animated map and drop it into that roughness slot (use any photo editor -- heck, you could even use iClone itself).



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I'm not sure to understand, sorry in advance if what I'm doing is stupid Pinch
I made a .gif of my texture to allow me to be dry or wet and drop it into the slot as you said.
I get like a play button on the icon now, but I don't see any parameters to be able to change in the timeline. Sadhttps://forum.reallusion.com/uploads/images/81f1a7e2-8f9c-445a-93b7-9e3d.jpg



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