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2023-07-28, 23:42:24
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Short season berry from my childhood.

I grew up in a townhouse with a small adjacent garden where my family had a few bushes of gooseberry that I was eager to eat as a child. Sometimes I wouldn't even wait for them to get ripe...

The sourness would make you squint so hard you could see your ancestors...

I challenged myself to scan this berry even though it had a high chance to fail with photogrammetry due to translucency. It worked since the berry was not very clean and the small fuzz and impurities on the surface helped with reconstruction. Captured with a GFX100S with focus stacking, processed in RC, and rendered with Chaos Corona.

2023-08-07, 00:58:09
Reply #106

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A fresh batch of scans, gloriously rendered with Chaos Corona.

2023-08-22, 21:06:05
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Mushroom season is on. Let's go!

2023-08-23, 17:23:33
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In Poland we basically call these "chickens". :)
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2023-08-23, 19:38:42
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In Lithuania it's squirrels, or cockerels :]
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2023-09-05, 22:37:50
Reply #110

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Thanks, guys for some insight into how they are called in your countries.
Last week was productive for me, I came back from the D2 conference in Vienna and was inspired to take on various subjects, so this batch of scans is a bit more variegated.

2023-12-04, 10:01:41
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White currant is one example where clearcoat integrated into the relatively new CoronaPhysicalMtl allowed to easily set blurry inner part and shiny coat.

2023-12-05, 21:48:41
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and a red one to the collection

2024-01-11, 22:47:32
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Start the year with some healthy food and be bussin fr

2024-01-23, 10:16:16
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I really liked the colors of this grapefruit so I decided to scan it and render it with Corona.

2024-02-12, 11:48:06
Reply #115

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Persimmon fruit, scanned as separate fruit and calix/stem.

2024-02-12, 14:03:03
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amazing assets

2024-02-13, 22:54:22
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a batch of citruses is what I have been focusing on lately, even some peeled ones.