a.boeglin wrote:Yes I understand that, the only problem is that the roughness also changes the transparency glossiness. If I move the roughness closer to 0, my wax looks like glass. It would be best to separate the transparency roughness from the reflection roughness.
Yeah, i've always had issues working with SSS in octane because of this very thing. I once was trying to create a metallic plastic with a gloss coat on it...holy cow that was a pain to get looking correct because the settings aren't separated. I guess this is how it would work in the real world but it seem very limiting when rendering.