Zeno

7 and more hour render

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@zeno.  Excellent work sir.  Looks like the tips are working for ya.  Your texturing is great on all objects (the sofa is excellent) except the floor...your last pic makes the floor look like its got water on it.  To much reflection and what I'm guessing is bump.  Otherwise, again really great work.

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1 hour ago, Markvl said:

@zeno.  Excellent work sir.  Looks like the tips are working for ya.  Your texturing is great on all objects (the sofa is excellent) except the floor...your last pic makes the floor look like its got water on it.  To much reflection and what I'm guessing is bump.  Otherwise, again really great work.

 

Thank you, Markvl

I know about the sofa.. it is a payment model available on a very good site (it's my home's sofa :-) )

For the floor: I know, it's bad. But it's for extremely hurry!

Next time I will learn how to set a correct personalized texture and how to have volumetric light from heliodon.

Bye! :-)

 

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As far as I know heliodon can't do volumetric light.

You have to set a fake spot light.

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Great rendering and a very informative thread.

 

Thanks, all!!!

 

Should this be added to the "sticky" threads at top of forum?

Can Jim W or moderators add roll over definitions to the acronyms? (GI, DOF, AA, etc)

 

-B

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Posted (edited)

GI

Global Illumination.

Calculation of indirect Light that bounces between surfaces and lights shadow areas.

 

DOF

Depth of Field

Like in real Photography. Depending on your Film/Sensor size, Aperture and Focal distance,

you have one sharp focal point distance and everything more near or far away from it gets

more and more blurred.

 

AA

Antialiazing

Smoothing of lines or edges that appear at an angle that does not fit the pixel raster and

would look like a stair without AA.

 

Edited by zoomer
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4 hours ago, Benson Shaw said:

Can Jim W or moderators add roll over definitions to the acronyms? (GI, DOF, AA, etc)

 

 

There should be or maybe there already is an index of those acronyms in general.

 

People oustide of this forum may also wonder when they read things like :

VP, DL vs SL, OIP, PIO, EAP, .....

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5 hours ago, Benson Shaw said:

Can Jim W or moderators add roll over definitions to the acronyms? (GI, DOF, AA, etc)

 

 

 

2 hours ago, zoomer said:

GI

Global Illumination.

Calculation of indirect Light that bounces between surfaces and lights shadow areas.

 

DOF

Depth of Field

Like in real Photography. Depending on your Film/Sensor size, Aperture and Focal distance,

you have one sharp focal point distance and everything more near or far away from it gets

more and more blurred.

 

AA

Antialiazing

Smoothing of lines or edges that appear at an angle that does not fit the pixel raster and

would look like a stair without AA.

 

Added! Might take a bit to start showing the new hover-over tips.

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Maybe even a mouse over tool tip like message in the forum for VW abbreviations would be nice :)

Or does these things work for affiliate links or commercials only (?)

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3 hours ago, zoomer said:

Maybe even a mouse over tool tip like message in the forum for VW abbreviations would be nice :)

 

 

That exists now, I don't know if all browsers will support it, I'm always on Chrome:

Screen Shot 2017-07-29 at 1.51.40 PM.png

 

Been adding them as I come across them.

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5 hours ago, JimW said:

 

That exists now, I don't know if all browsers will support it, I'm always on Chrome:

Screen Shot 2017-07-29 at 1.51.40 PM.png

 

Been adding them as I come across them.

 

 

That is a xactly what I meant.

Never seen this so far, I'm on standard Safari, iOS currently.

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This was a fun thread to read and with a happy ending.

congrats to all.

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Post processing in PS with a simple curves would make a big difference. It will make the render much richer by allow you to play with the contrast between light and shade.

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