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[C4D] Resolved Bugs / Re: A5 Bug reports
« on: 2016-04-06, 23:50:10 »
How do you set the focus distance then?

I can't, render shows DoF blur, but static at some low value (or 0).

Some other native C4D geometry works just ok, the Sky object for example.
IIRC a "primitive" must be implemented in an engine.

[C4D] Resolved Bugs / Re: A5 Bug reports
« on: 2016-04-06, 22:10:21 »
Just a swift spin thru...

DoF works, but Focus Distance doesn't work; Infinite plane/ Floor is not supported (as is procedural C4D geo); IPR works, but crashes a lot (still); VFB disregards/brakes LWF (darken); Corona Sun rotation is shifted by 180° (still)...

Glad you worked it out... a true winner ;)

Gallery / Re: Digital Mess, Analog Mess (Corona Bedroom)
« on: 2016-03-21, 23:07:22 »
It is called film emulation & VSCO is just one of the preset makers/providers.

Basically it is color & tonal correction w/ added grain, to get the familiar look of analog film photography.

General CG Discussion / Re: Interior space modelling
« on: 2016-03-21, 22:30:54 »
Learn about the Modular Design & Workflow to your needs/intentions. If not experienced with it yet, turn to your advantage by gathering more knowledge and skillz. Even if you later decide to animate or move into game engine (RT) you'll be on the track and won't have to do extra deconstructing & reconstructing.
Same as with any building project in architecture or events, films, fairs, sets... (history fact: bricks are the first/primal modules invented). The need to lower energy and effort invested, to have greater-better efficiency, the building and the process (knowledge, skill, tools...) need to be as simple as possible - modular. Practiced since ancient times.

General CG Discussion / Re: A resource guide for 3D artists
« on: 2016-03-21, 16:12:22 »
Ah, you've made but a damage to self...
Here, a few words to contemplate on, while you travel the path: thesis, article, journalism, analysis, research, literature, grammar, lecture, interaction, public, university... "If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough."
... and an exemplary starting points (source: fxguide):
1.) The Art of Rendering
2.a) The State of Rendering 1
2.b) The State of Rendering 2

May be some setting in your scene. Here stops at any number given for passes (even 900).
Share your problematic scene or shell we play "guess-what, try-this & do-that" ;)

Gallery / Re: Stylish home
« on: 2016-03-11, 12:55:04 »
... and even in 80's they had better lighting and a sense of style ;) work on it my dear!

[Max] Daily Builds / Re: Corona 1.4 render setup UI overhaul
« on: 2016-03-05, 13:58:21 »
^Sure thing. Thank you!
From experience had noticed that simple users don't see the reason to why or the benefits (cuz it takes longer to render), then when need occurs, they just call it a bug.

^thru that - lovely optimizations :D also making LOD asset needed for a larger projects master planning, urban development, environment...

For surrounding environment, backgrounds... i usually just make billboards, blocks, mattes, street view alike ;)

Doing any baking also (hi>lo)?

Have you considered the difference?
business/ clients wishes VS personal project

I assumed final fully PBR interactive application with all the details (color & light studies, interactive materials, day to night...) no generic or freebie stuff (rights for commercial redistribution passed to client).
Working hours are 8h per day/ 5-6 days per week, taxes, insurance, accounting, holiday, vacations... and so on.

But don't mind me, just another brick in the wall.

Oh, nice tackle... National library M~R competition stuff... hope to see your vision.

Gallery / Re: 0 gravity
« on: 2016-03-01, 22:12:59 »
How do you know? Maybe the whole shot is upside down? ;)

Because of the radiator. It reveals much more than what eyes can see ;)

Gallery / Re: 0 gravity
« on: 2016-03-01, 15:56:01 »
Hehe, at least that lamp hanging of the ceiling is influenced by some strange force (gravitational?... or just force of habbit;)

Oh... sorry to hear that. Yup, you need at least Bulldozer or newer (
Otherwise you can see if your CPU supports the SSE 4.x instructions with "cpu-z" tool:

Hehe, on the bright side, at least previous problem was solved :D

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