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Smooth skin all over the body

  • Hi Michael,

    You can make your own custom material, and then use the blur shader node to blur the entire screen:

    Then you can use the Post Effect component to display this material:

    Let me know if you need any clarification!



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  • HI Jonathan. Thanks for the reply.

    I am not a very techno-logical person. It is already a lot if I can surf the internet hehehe.

    Some clarifications:

    - Is the effect you are proposing the same that is applied to the face? Is the effect applied to the face a simple blur?

    Thanks for your help.


    P.S. Is it possible to edit a lens created by another person?

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  • A little help? :-P
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  • Hi Michael,

    The effect would blur the whole screen! In case it is helpful, here is the intro to material editor:

    It is not possible to edit a Lens created by another person.

    Thanks again,


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  • Hi Jonathan,
    I want A Help From You
    How to smooth the Face Skin ? Face Retouching Doesn't Work Correctly
    Did You Know Any Other Way To Do A Face Skin Smoothing Without Using Face Retouching Is There Any Other Method To Get The Desired effect ? Please Tell Me ? If You Know About That !!!

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  • Check This Lens This Lens Has Skin Smoothing Effect But It Is Very Correct !!!
    You Can Try This Lens To Test !!!
    I Want To Make My Lens Like This With Skin Smoothning !!!

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