canberra_boy 6:04PM Tue, 29 October 2013
Fantastic. Thank you for sharing this.
remo 2:50AM Mon, 04 March 2013
This is a great tutorial! I have been using it quite a bit. Many thanks!!!
celticfire 11:28PM Fri, 06 January 2012
Guh, Poser is so much more detailed and realistic than DAZ, are there any good DAZ tutorials for this same effect?
Grum 1:17AM Thu, 05 May 2011
Works great as everyone says! However, I after just a wet fingertip, I'm not going into explanations, use your imagination. Although I select just the tip, I see the map for the whole hand comes up, and of course the whole hand looks wet. Anyway of isolating just the tip?
Netrunner 9:36AM Mon, 28 February 2011
Very nice and easy. Thank you!
Fenix11 1:31AM Mon, 06 September 2010
SpookieLilOne 6:08PM Thu, 24 June 2010
This tut is awesome on pale pale skin it also makes a nice glimmery look. I can see this coming in handy ALOT!! Thank you soooo much!
gemimz28 5:22PM Tue, 15 June 2010
So why does it look great BEFORE I render it then it looks like burnt toast? New to this but it sure looks great b4 render...;p
nucks 3:08PM Wed, 19 May 2010
THANK YOU ! This works brilliantly ... now a question... This looks perfect for sweaty skin, what would you do differently for the more streaky smooth OILY skin (as in sunscreen oily)?
Phoenix1966 4:46PM Mon, 26 April 2010
shorterbus 4:16PM Thu, 08 April 2010
Thanks! Works great!
npauling 7:26PM Sun, 07 February 2010
Wow, this really does make a great difference to the skin. Thank you so much and now I'm off to try it.
DemStar 5:08PM Sat, 30 January 2010
I am fairly new to the Poser world and I have been searching for tutorials on Poser and have found some good ones. It so funny that I was just thinking of buying a plugin for wet skin. You just saved me some money. Thanks for sharing this with the rest of us. I will try it out now. Thanks
myaleigh 4:06PM Sat, 30 January 2010
Awesome tutorial. Glad I saw this! Thanks!
hrivera 10:37AM Fri, 29 January 2010
matt1 8:15PM Thu, 28 January 2010
This works well in Poser 6 also!! Thanks!
kfox 7:16PM Wed, 27 January 2010
Fibbits - the easiest way to reduce the shine is to change the Specular value. Try making it .5 instead of 1.0 and see if that helps. This works fine on Hiro 3, by the way, even for those characters with nothing but a texture map. Your lights might be causing the excessive highlights. Try moving your brightest light and see if that works better.
flibbits 11:56PM Tue, 26 January 2010
This is nice. Thanks. How about hair, is there a way to make hair look sweaty or wet? Can this be toned back a bit, because on some skins (like Hiro 3 mats) it looks more like fully wet as if coming out of a pool.
Roxam 11:39PM Tue, 26 January 2010
wonderful of you to share this with us, and thank you extra so very much for the detailed step by step (easy to understand) instructions
already_taken 9:19PM Tue, 26 January 2010
Thanks Kfox. This is easy as pie and will have me fiddling with the material room for sure.
Indoda 10:49AM Mon, 25 January 2010
Great job - thank you for sharing!
infinity10 3:30AM Mon, 25 January 2010
Relatively painless instructions. Thanks for sharing !
Killebrew 9:29PM Mon, 18 January 2010
I love this! It's easy to do, and the renders I've used it on have generated more comments than any of my others. It works perfectly.