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Css_fan64 Jun 13 2013, 5:53pm says:

Lovely reflections!

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Swartzy Jun 13 2013, 6:13pm says:


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[TZP]LoNer1 Jun 14 2013, 3:53am says:

This is truly amazing meltac. well done.

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Meltac Jun 14 2013, 4:12am says:

Thanks. The implementation of the reflections ist not finished, they might even be improved. However, as they are "fake" reflections it's impossible that they ever will look like the hardware-supported reflections as seen in current game engines. Still, for the fact it's just a fake I'd say it looks pretty well.

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[TZP]LoNer1 Jun 14 2013, 4:54am replied:

IIRC it reflects of the decals as well? or not?

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Meltac Jun 14 2013, 9:55am replied:

sorry, what decals do you mean?

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[TZP]LoNer1 Jun 14 2013, 10:30am replied:

shubbery on the floor (the papers and dirt etc.)

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Meltac Jun 14 2013, 11:21am replied:

Ah, well, yes. I have no means to distinguish between different "materials" on the floor as long as X-Ray treats them as the same material (what's the case here). However they should be less reflective because color plays a role as well.

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TehCourtJester Jun 19 2013, 6:54pm replied:

Maybe have a cross between the emulated system seen in LURK utilizing the gloss factor method in coercion with your fakes ones would make the best possible effect.

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Meltac Jun 20 2013, 3:23am replied:

I'm using the gloss method as well, it's just less obvious here because of the dominant object reflections.

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Judicat0r Jun 14 2013, 11:16am says:

It is unbelivable how much this shaders and this in particular add to the game.

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ketxxx Jun 17 2013, 6:41am says:

Interesting effect. I'm not sure it looks right in that particular building as the roof is in tact so theres no way rain could blanket the whole floor in that building, but the effect does look pretty good.

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Meltac Jun 18 2013, 4:15pm replied:

Well, the windows of virtually all buildings in SoC are broken - they do not contain any glass anymore. That way it's entirely possible that the floor becomes wet during heavy rain.

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Daemonion Jun 17 2013, 12:16pm says:

Looks great, Meltac.

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Wet or just floor polished and waxed? You decide.

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