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PixL said over 10 years ago:Still useful. Thanks much!
Joao Rosa said over 11 years ago:Really good! Thanks and congratulations!!
Meat Popsicle said over 16 years ago:Great work!!
MrSteak63 said over 16 years ago:I just uploaded the file with the example scene and the shader itself in .ma format, as requested.
tonytouch said over 16 years ago:does this also work in maya6.5 ? please post it as a .ma-file if possible , looks very interesting . ---------------------------------------------------------- @EDIT: thank you .... it 's cool , man . no need for setting up a lightmap anymore . and when i want to have different SSS-materials i just change the name for the lightmap-filename - very cool , and simple .