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Lukavich

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About Lukavich

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    Luke
  • Last Name
    Yurkovich

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  • C4D Version
    R20.026 Studio
  1. Ahh ok, it was from a 3rd party plugin from a while back, so that makes sense. Thanks for your help.
  2. Ok, well the scene is too large to send, so I deleted most everything in it and it does still give the error message. COFFEE_test.c4d.zip
  3. Well the interesting thing is that I'm not actually using any scripts or COFFEE at all in my xpresso tags... I never used COFFEE scripting before and that's why I've been so confused with why this is giving me errors.
  4. Hey so I'm woking on all these projects from before R20 that had xpresso in them, and after upgrading to R20 and opening the same files I will constantly get messages like this: Nothing seems to be ruined out or anything by this warning, but it get super annoying every time I save or render from these files, this message will pop up. Has anyone else found some solution for this?
  5. Hey so I'm using R20 and recently got GSGs Light Kit Pro 3. Don't know if anyone else has gotten it, but it seems to not work with team render. I try and I get this line in the Render Client Console: (Error) Render-Job failed: Several plugins used in this project are missing.|Saving may cause loss of plugin data!|Plugin 'LKP3 Cyc' (ID 1039022)|Plugin 'LKP3 Light' (ID 1036899)|Plugin 'Light Kit Studio' (ID 1036900) I've sent an email to GSG but they haven't gotten back to me in a few days so I'm wondering if anyone else has encountered this.
  6. I ended up turning down the ray depth and that helped me a decent amount
  7. It looks better I think, thank you. I guess I'm just not sure if I can get it to look exactly like the photographed image. There are probably some things c4d just can't do.
  8. Yeah, well that doesn't quite give me the look I want since you can see both the inner and outer walls weirdly defined in a way that doesn't look realistic:
  9. So I've got this plastic container I'm trying to replicate: And this is what I've got so far: As you can see there's some nasty black internal reflections that I don't want to be so prominent. I try turning off internal reflections and it just basically disappears, since the container isn't very thick. Changing the Ray/Reflection depth in the render settings doesn't do anything either. Any ideas?

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