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Slurpee (Orange) Material

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Hi guys!


I know! I'm the new guy asking something, but I really need your help and I really would like to contribute to this forum.  I hope you can help me. 


 I'm trying to replicate the 7-Eleven Slurpee, but I don't have idea of how to do the ice/slushie, I tried modifying a snow material, but like I told you before, I don't have a clear idea of how to do it... Could you give me a hint? Please! 


I've attached an image of what I need and my progress until now.



Thanks guys!





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I think the essential ingredient you might be missing here is Sub-surface scattering, which is fairly important for this sort of look.

As for the actual texture of the stuff, the close packed bubbled look - you can get that with Buya noise in the displacement channel.

Lastly, your reflectance channel should be water or ice to get the wet-look sheen...



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