I'm using Visualize Standard. I'd like to add wine to the glass. What's the best approach? Please give critical feedback for the attached render, such as it is.
Add a Boss Revolve on the ID of the Wine Glass and select the Thick Glass as your feature appearance and add color, depending on the color you want your wine, some slight modifications on the color will be required to get the right consistency. The other thing you can do is just select a color that you think will be close then edit the color and change the transparency.
If you are doing red wine can probably keep it opaque but if doing white probably want to set it to be transparent
You can add a different twist to the appearance by adding another feature inside the first feature and make the material appearance sandblasted glass, which if you make modifications to the Surface Finish and Illumination tab you could get a bubbly appearance, if you want it..
Further to this make sure you have a small intersection between the two surfaces , if you model the liquid surface on surface you can get artifacts,
generally I model the liquid and give it a small scale factor
do you mean a gap between the wine and inside of the glass, or do you mean that the wine should actually overlap, or encroach into the glass?
The wine should overlap by a small amount
Just for a different twist - If you do the overlap revolve for the wine uncheck the "Merge" block that way you can hide the wine glass and only have the wine showing, then you can add an image to the wine and adjust the transparency.... What I did is saved a google picture of something bubbly and added that to the outer portion of the wine and I did just a quick render showing the possibilities...
I didn't adjust the appearance mapping so you'll see a pattern on the image.
Thanks for the tips, John & Eric.
Nice image from Visualize, Thomas. Good choice of HDR.
I would slightly increase the roughness of the table, to blur the reflection of the glass a bit.
If you need help in modeling the actual wine part in SW, I recently came across this tutorial on YouTube by Azeez Salu. He has several great Visualize tutorials posted on his YouTube channel.
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