o0Ampy0o wrote: ↑
20 Jan 2018, 23:52
Cardin Collins wrote: ↑
19 Jan 2018, 06:11
Feedback would be appreciated.
I only am providing requested feedback which might help you perfect it.
Constructive criticism is what I was seeking and that's exactly what you provided
Thank you for clear and concise comments, Amp! There are time when things can look "good" yet be very inaccurate. I'll certainly use your honest feedback to improve upon this test since after review, I tend to agree with your critique. I think, perhaps, instead of trying to mirror Mr Phillips' test, I could have done more study of actual underwater refraction on the seabed.
D.T. Nethery wrote: ↑
20 Jan 2018, 16:55
I tried a simple application of it to get a gentle rippling effect on the surface of a calm sea . I still don't understand how to control it very well , I just eyeballed it , trial & error , until I got something that sort of achieved the effect I wanted , but there is still much to learn !
Whoa now that looks good to me, D.T. Nethery! I was hoping someone would join in the fun
. I thought a slightly different method might be necessary for the surface but I think you achieved a convincing effect. Thanks for sharing it. I'm inspired to try something on the surface. As you stated, there is much to learn and I hope we can all gain from each other's tests. So please post more tests if you are so inclined.
I'll post a video of the process I used in the last test soon.