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Offline a737

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translucid porcelain
« on: March 30, 2011, 02:14:36 am »
Anyone knows how to make a porcelain material with an emissive light bulb inside so as to see how the light affects the porcelain making it a bit translucent? I prepared an andvanced material and lightened the specular transmision so it becomes more transp, but some wiered effects appeared...

Thanks!

Offline junior

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Re: translucid porcelain
« Reply #1 on: March 30, 2011, 06:04:27 am »
I am interested in an answer to this too.
I assume by translucent porcelain you mean something like this:


I tried it using the shared ceramic material from a previous post, but I get grey splotches on the surface that dont seem to disappear with more samples...

Offline creativesession

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Re: translucid porcelain
« Reply #2 on: July 07, 2011, 02:12:59 pm »
i also want to know how this is done, have you figured it out?

Offline gypephyhoks

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translucid porcelain
« Reply #3 on: November 17, 2011, 02:53:50 am »
OK I get the difference between bone china and china, and china and pottery.

But what is the defiition of porcelain ?  Can porcelain be china too? And is it produced in a certain area ?

Take for example, Wedgwood.  I thought I knew that blue jasperware is unglazed pottery.

Now I am wondering if that can also be termed porcelain?

Appreciate some clues, thanks.

Offline archkuja

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Re: translucid porcelain
« Reply #4 on: November 17, 2011, 07:46:39 pm »
can someone please remove this user from this forum? i think its a bot. it doesn't make any sense on any of its posts.



OK I get the difference between bone china and china, and china and pottery.

But what is the defiition of porcelain ?  Can porcelain be china too? And is it produced in a certain area ?

Take for example, Wedgwood.  I thought I knew that blue jasperware is unglazed pottery.

Now I am wondering if that can also be termed porcelain?

Appreciate some clues, thanks.