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How to bake a scattering on a color texture?

Community Beginner ,
Jun 08, 2022 Jun 08, 2022

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I want to create a texture for this mango on a flat material. environment baking filters do not solve the problem2022-06-09_11-46-27.png

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Adobe Employee , Jun 09, 2022 Jun 09, 2022

Hi,

You could use your thickness bake to fake some sort of SSS.

Kind Regards,

Geoffroy SC

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Adobe Employee , Jun 09, 2022 Jun 09, 2022

You can visualize your basecolor only with the dropdown menu at the top right corner of your viewport. Choose basecolor, and you will see only the color. 

GeoffroySC_0-1654784319121.png

 

If you create a mask with your thickness on a fill layer applied to your basecolor (which you use in your flat shader) and then change to a slightly lighter and saturated color, this will give the illusion of SSS.

I hope this helps,

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Adobe Employee ,
Jun 09, 2022 Jun 09, 2022

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Hi,

You could use your thickness bake to fake some sort of SSS.

Kind Regards,

Geoffroy SC

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Thanks, but for that I need a flat shader to remove the shadows. I didn't find it

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Adobe Employee ,
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You can visualize your basecolor only with the dropdown menu at the top right corner of your viewport. Choose basecolor, and you will see only the color. 

GeoffroySC_0-1654784319121.png

 

If you create a mask with your thickness on a fill layer applied to your basecolor (which you use in your flat shader) and then change to a slightly lighter and saturated color, this will give the illusion of SSS.

I hope this helps,

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thank you this will help me!

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