The new Version of BlenderDiplom's Cycles Encyclopedia is out. If you don't want to scrub through it looking for the latest additions yourself, here is a list of the most important changes.
- 46 pages (pdf) of additional information, including changes in Blender 2.78.
- Detailed information about the Point Density node.
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- New Studies of the Subsurface Scattering node, including the new Christensen-Burley method and tipps and tricks on how to get more realistic skin shaders.
- The Toon Shader chapter was updated to include appropriate lighting situations, render settings, more examples and how to avoid several pitfalls.
- The Musgrave texture is now explained in detail.
- A sample image for each Color Mix node.
- The ColorRamp node comes with two new options, HSL and HSV, we added detailed information about the difference and images to demonstrate the differences.
- The Vector Curves chapter now contains example images explaining both positive and negative axes.
- For all our German readers there are especially good news: the translation is up and included in your original purchase, you can download it for no extra cost.
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