Green Glass Material V-Ray for SketchUp
You know sometimes when you look at glass it has a nice slight green tint to it. This is the iron oxide content in it. The more iron oxide in it the greener the glass, or the thicker the glass the same effect occurs. Looking at the end of a piece of glass you can see the same effect too, because you are looking at inches of it. In this tip, Jonathan Pagaduan Ignas shows us his settings for achieving this green tint you often see.
This my green glass material. These are the settings I usually use it in my interior rendering. It gives the glass a nice realistic green tint to it.
Here are some sample renders showing these glass settings.
I hope you found this tip useful!
Jonathan is based in San Vicente, Victoria, Tarlac in the Philippines. His areas of expertise include architectural planning and designing, 3D modeling and 3D visualization. He is skilled in Photoshop, Autocad, SketchUp, V-Ray for SketchUp and Photoscape. You can see more of Jonathan’s work here on his website.