The tutorial to really render liquid in a glass.
If you want to know how to add and render ice cubes:
Liquid in glass
Answered with a tutorial: https://grabcad.com/tutorials/tutorial-render-liquid-in-a-glass-with-keyshot
Great tutorial and Thx for sharing it
as u know i want to make a great Keyshot Tips and i really love to have ur Tutorial in my collection.
here is the Keyshot Tips just Add it there if u want
Thx again for ur great tutorials.
What if I tried to drop ice cubes into the glass? How would I render that?
Well what I meant is how to make the icecubes in the liquid look realistic. But animating and rendering dropping them in - I'd heard good things about Modo but hadn't explored them enough... thanks Scott.... and thanks Robert I can't wait to read about it!
That is a good one, will try to make one about that. I didn't like this ice cube tutorial:
Luxology's Modo has a Splash kit that creates Splashes and liquid droplets... They make that look super easy. I use Modo for anything like that, after all we are in the Customer Packaging business.
hey, thanks for the tutorial, but still i need more details in the last steps and applying materials in keyshot
thanks in advance
Hi Francisco, that is very easy. You have to give in solidworks all the parts that have a different material a different color. Therefore I made the liquid blue and the glass grey. (color doesn't matter)
In keyshot simply select the material you want from the library and drag it onto the model. So you drag a liquid material onto the blue part of the model, and a glass material on the grey part of the model.
Thanks, It's helpful