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Ronalee Israel asked ·

how can i create a chocolate pool shader with arnold? would a displacement map be a good option ? thing is that a chocolate pool is thicker than a regular pool. thank you

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Are you planning to have anything interact with the chocolate pool? Or is the surface just moving a bit? If it is the latter, a displacement map should work.

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Lee Griggs answered ·

Is this for a still or animation? If it's a still you could probably get away with a vector displacement map, otherwise, you could try Bifrost.

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Hi, I have a character that is going to float on a donut , the character doesn't actually touch the chocolate pool but just floats on.

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