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Old February 17th, 2013, 08:27 AM
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Curtain made of crystals

Hello everyone. I hope we are all well.

I'm not sure how to attach images to this post, so You'll have to wing it!

I'm making up a huge hall like area, for my book, and hung from the ceiling will be a curtain made from crystals. A little like a chandelier type thing.
Could you please the best way to approach this? Either by a plain with the texture of crystals, or hundreds of crsytals with a vray material applied.
Also, do you think I could get away with using caustics for a brilliant render, or would that be very costly on memory?

thank you guys!

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chandelier example create a Cylinder with about 30 sides, 0 on the hight, 2 width cap segs, now convert it down to a poly select the first poly and count 6 segs around the Cylinder and select that one do that unit you then use the insert tool then inset the polys a little way

how use the extude tool and extude it up a little way then use the bevel tool change the hight then the outline of chandelier once you have finished let the apply ok

Insert the final poly and extude them downwards so you have a place to put the light bulbs

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