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Any constructive criticism?
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the spray effect only happens when liquid comes into contact with a hard surface
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Make the whoever is pouring less drunk
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I think the biggest issue are the fluid dynamics. Te wine looks chunky, like pureed jello being dumped in a glass. I know you might have limited control over this depending on what software you're using, but maybe try tweaking your solver settings some more. Looking at images on google it should be more flow-y and elegant.

I like your lighting and shading, but not your composition. Your top and bottom crop feel too tight and the way the glass and bottle are framed is boring. Also the shot feels empty, maybe flesh out the environment some more.
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fluid looks a bit gel like in the drips (maybe up the physics resolution?).

materials look neat but what I really don't like is the composition of this shot.
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>>573058
What did you use to make that?
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>>573058
liquid is never fully in focus.
ever.
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>>573257
>when retards try to give advice
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>>573257
>>573262
I think what he was trying to say is that the fluid is perfectly sharp, which rarely happens unless you use a really fast shutter speed or strobes, and given the lighting in the scene, neither of these seem plausible. What OP needs to do is apply motion blur to the liquid, aside from the other fixes like making it look less like jello, although adding blur will already do some good by masking imperfections.




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