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For the project I need glowing eyes like Riddick's or like Avatar Aang's) I tried through the Glow points, but it doesn't work. How can I do it?
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Maybe not the best way but you could try this...

https://forum.reallusion.com/uploads/images/a809a057-6951-4be1-bd93-54c4.jpg


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That is the way. The only thing is, the ambient color better be White, to have more control over the glow amount. Wink




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Maybe not the best way but you could try this...
https://forum.reallusion.com/uploads/images/a809a057-6951-4be1-bd93-54c4.jpg
I did as you said, but for some reason the texture is not shown. GI enabled
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Hey aindigo1731,

I'm still new to iclone but have done glowing eyes before.

Can I suggest that you try to...

1. Drop the lights in your scene to see wether the glow map is working. (That can be done by choosing the light in your scene manager and modifying it)

2. Click on the Glow texture image and push the Strength slider all the way up to see the effect. (The Strength slider is the slider just below the Texture maps)

I hope this helps.

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I would actually apply Glow map to Cornea Material and then checke Alpha Threshold (and of course White for Ambient color).






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Hey aindigo1731,

I'm still new to iclone but have done glowing eyes before.

Can I suggest that you try to...

1. Drop the lights in your scene to see wether the glow map is working. (That can be done by choosing the light in your scene manager and modifying it)

2. Click on the Glow texture image and push the Strength slider all the way up to see the effect. (The Strength slider is the slider just below the Texture maps)

I hope this helps.

Allistair

It didn't work out. The power automatically stood at 100. He put the light on the stage. And the method with the Cornea Material from 4u2ges worked, but not the first time, it did not let me show my customized color from the Headshot, But I don't really like the final result)
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If you want to have eye base color glow, then you have to workout glow map.

I used this custom map for glow:
https://forum.reallusion.com/uploads/images/fa55a774-b932-475f-91b1-7d45.jpg

https://forum.reallusion.com/uploads/images/f37c7ba2-8eb9-456c-b40f-c1f4.jpg




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Thank you 4u2ges, I'll experiment with the character)

upd: Thats better)
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Looks really good. Glad you managed to get it sorted.

Looks like an interesting project.

Allistair



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