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Transparency Map to blend caruncle to sclera

Good day I was just wondering on how to make a proper transparency map to blend the caruncle and the sclera together. I was curious to know because I saw the work of Kris Costa for Dick Smith and he said that the way he blended the sclera and caruncle is by using a transparency map. ( image below ) But I don’t know how to make one myself for my own model. Hope you guys can help me any answers will be greatly appreciated!

Maya 2018

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Lee Griggs answered ·

Have you checked out the Digital Emily model?

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Hi! yes i have checked Digital Emily :) is the process just the same because there is no transparency map to blend in with the emily model.

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