dbwalton 5:48PM Fri, 11 May 2018
Thanks for the instructions. It took me a few attempts with the displacement map (finding the right one), but by golly, I got it.
shotokan158 9:20PM Sun, 14 January 2018
I know this has been here a while cuz I keep coming back to it/ Thank you for all the contributions you have given to the 3D community...
caty77 4:27PM Wed, 09 August 2017
Thank you very much for this tutorial. Simple but always efficient in Poser 11 :)
braj108 10:00PM Wed, 27 April 2016
I found this very helpful, I have water planes as part of my terrain models, but it is really nice to know how to create my own out of very simple geometry. It animates very nicely as well.
TomMusic 10:18AM Sun, 20 May 2012
Very easy to follow, great job! -TOM-
Renderholic 11:59AM Sun, 05 December 2010
Excellent tutorial! It was just what I was looking for.
zippy 7:18PM Thu, 20 May 2010
Thank you for the help. Much appreciated.
marilene 2:37PM Tue, 13 October 2009
Thank you for the tutorial. I still have a question. How can i animate the water that it looks naturally moving? Maybe someone has a tutorial for this? Marilene
CrownPrince 8:55PM Mon, 10 August 2009
Excellent excellent tutorial even 4 years later!
jbtrimar 9:55AM Sun, 14 June 2009
Thanks for the great tutorial!
Yannich 3:20PM Tue, 03 March 2009
Excellent tutorial , MERCI !
kino-kino 12:41PM Wed, 09 April 2008
Muchas gracias por este tutorial, es buenisimo, me ha enseñado a como hacer las supercifies reflectantes, y el agua, thanks for this tutorial!!!!
coffin 11:01AM Fri, 28 December 2007
Thanks for sharing this great tutorial. Worked for me! And thanks to Gibby.G for pointing me in your direction.
npauling 9:46PM Sun, 01 July 2007
Thankyou for taking the time to show us how to do this. Now I shall go and try to do it. Very appreciated.
flibbits 1:46AM Sat, 26 May 2007
This is a great tutorial. I saw Jenay's render...wow. One thing with mine, following the tutorial, people standing near my pool aren't reflected in the water the way Jenay's near pool objects are reflected in the water. Am I missing something not detailed in this demo?
OOh Betty 8:14PM Thu, 12 April 2007
Thank you so very much for this tutorial! You have opened up a new world in Poser for me and it is really appreciated.
DgerzeeBoy 3:11AM Sat, 10 March 2007
Tons of great stuff, here. Thanks for taking the time.
jenay 8:05AM Tue, 06 March 2007
http://www.renderosity.com/mod/gallery/index.php?image_id=1396696 here is the pic
jenay 7:59AM Tue, 06 March 2007
this was very helpful :) thank you. I just started using Poser5 and needed a waterplane for my Roman Bath.
steve3D101 8:40PM Sat, 17 February 2007
BRAND New to Poser, want to THANK You for taking the time to put this tutorial together. Fantastic ! < Luv this 3D stuff ! WholeNewWorld & I didn't have to smoke nuthin'> Thanks Again
poseresop 5:24AM Tue, 13 February 2007
Very useful tutorial. Thank U...
Halibut72 5:58PM Fri, 15 December 2006
This is a fantastic tutorial! So easy and quick to do and such amazing results!
efron_241 3:02AM Thu, 14 December 2006
Je suis Happy !!! In other words FANTASTIC !!! I am going to use it today !
hankstr 6:52PM Wed, 15 November 2006
This is an excellent tutorial. I followed it in poser 5 and got excellent results. However, are there any other tips for poser 6? When I do these steps in P6 (including the last minute poser 6 adjustments noted on this page) I get a blotchy water. When I remove the displacement node all works well but of course no ripples. Any words of wisdom from the gurus out there? Thanks!
El_Michael 3:18PM Mon, 16 October 2006
In a word, this tutorial is ELEGANT! So often I have had to struggle through tutorials where the writer assumes I have certain knoweledge, but this tutorial is pure simplicity and leaves nothing to chance. Thanks so much for giving me the knowledge to add additional depths to my scenes.
cornelp 6:54PM Wed, 20 September 2006
Very owesome tut. I ALWAYS looked for a way to do reflective surfaces, and not only helped me with water surfaces, but also it can be applied to metals, weapons (swords and axes), and metalic pipes. U are amazing, very very owesome tutorial. U are great and amazing and THANK YOU for the information.
Stringy 4:41AM Mon, 18 September 2006
This really helped me with creating water effects in Poser 6. Be sure to read the final page which gives you specific information for setting up in Poser 6. Excellent!
jtuckerndfw 10:18AM Fri, 23 December 2005
I agree with all the above comments, excellent tutorial. Simple to follow & works well. Now that I have learned a simple technique using the material room (other than for pasting images on props), I can spend hours trying different combos. Ripples or waves can also be produced on the clothplane by using the "Create Wave" function under "Object" (Poser 5). Thanks, great tutorial.
bob191919 12:24PM Sun, 11 December 2005
I found some ripples that work better for tropical water. http://www.grsites.com/textures/water/water035.jpg
bob191919 5:08PM Mon, 05 December 2005
wow thats all i can say. Super big help
akiron 9:49AM Sun, 27 November 2005
That's what I have been looking for.your discription was great! thanks a lot.
fran_joel 10:52PM Wed, 24 August 2005
Here is some additional info: It has come to my attention that the Poser "water" behaves differently in Poser 6 than it does in Poser 5. The main difference concerns the sensitivity of the displacement node value. A much lower value should be used in Poser 6 (0.005 instead of 0.1) to achieve roughly the same results. Also make sure that Raytracing and Displacement Maps are enabled in your render settings. finally, It is also a good idea to make the GROUND prop invisible before rendering. Have fun!
BludChylde 1:10PM Sun, 07 August 2005
Thanks for the tutorial. I'm a beginner with Poser and was able to follow it through and come out with decent looking results.
svdl 3:30PM Thu, 23 June 2005
Good use of the reflection and refraction nodes, a very clear explanation. By the way, you can also use a Granite or a fBm node for the displacement mapping, getting rid of texture maps completely. Especially useful when you want to render really large water planes (a complete lake for instance), and it will also free up some memory which can be used to add complexity to the scene. Well written tutorial, and the results look great!
froglove1 5:04PM Tue, 21 June 2005
is excellent, really adds a note (actually a symphany) of realism, has also made me start to explore the materials room. thank you
odf 3:01PM Tue, 24 May 2005
Thanks so much for this tutorial. Your setup makes phantastic water. I love it.
fran_joel 8:24AM Fri, 13 May 2005
Thank you for your comments. It's always nice to know that what you're doing is being appreciated.
Mariana_ 7:24PM Wed, 11 May 2005
i am usually lost on tuts for poser but this..made me grin big when each step looked just like yours! so simple and so easy and fast! thanks for sharing this !!
chaobell 11:22PM Sat, 23 April 2005
And here I was just fretting about how in the heck I was going to put water in a scene that needed it. So very bookmarked. Thank you!
HeroineOfTime 2:29PM Sat, 23 April 2005
Excellent tutorial - produces THE most realistic water I've ever seen in Poser! The creator of this is to be commended, firstly for creating it, and secondly for releasing it to the community!