>>587590You could just piss in front of a green screen. Always use the right tool for the task.
>>587590That splatter is no good, real uh...wallpaper paste yeah... clumps togetherWhat kind of Material are you using to achieve that opaque at the thick parts yet translucent at the margins / thin parts look?
>>587887>materialthat's the mesh.
>>588052Yes, that's a mesh. But what material is he using. That's the question.
I usually just use the same physics I use for semen, not a lot of people can tell the difference.
>>588412that's actually a good advice
What kinda wallpaper are you trying to paste, anon?
Your problem if you use fucking Blender instead of Maya
>>589434>what is BiFrost for $500?
>No friction>No stick on collision>No surface tension
>>587887See, the problem with using a PBR workflow for wallpaper paste is that everybody's wallpaper paste is different.Yours could be yellow, mine could be white, someone else's is pale and transparent.Even further, that guy on /b/ that comes by every year around Christmas has almost a decade's worth of 2 liter bottles full of wallpaper paste, and they are ALL different.
>>589461>has almost a decade's worth of 2 liter bottles full of wallpaper paste, and they are ALL different.WHAT THE FUCK HE'S STILL AROUND???I stopped visiting /b/ in 2009 but holy hell, if it's really him and he's still doing this, this is impressive in a sad but also interesting way.
>>587590Why does it spread like its oil when it hits the gound?
>>589473Why would you keep wallpaper paste around in bottles for two decades? That takes keeping nail clippings in a jar to a whole new level of gross.
>>589492>for two decades?>2009 was 20 years ago
>>589611Derp, I saw the number two and had a brain fart.In my defense, I would say that any time keeping wallpaper paste in PET bottles, is already too much time.