By Rishi Harish.
Look very nice,
maybe glass should be a little thinner.
If only I could convert myself into digital information and consume those. :)
thanx a lot......
The fluid in the glass is supposed to be actually touching the glass (in the 3D modeling case slightly intersecting even), resulting in a
continuous optical border in the refraction. Here's a great article showing this: http://adaptivesamples.com/2013/10/19/fluid-in-a-glass/
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