Author Topic: METAPROCEDURALS twoheads render thread  (Read 1336 times)

2021-03-23, 21:51:54

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Inspired by Bertrand's "sad doodles" I made couple (rather useless) procedural metal/rock/meteorite type of renders.
For more visit: https://www.behance.net/jedrzejsobkiewiczviz
https://www.facebook.com/Wide-Perspective-110119871122440


proc_1 by Two Heads, on Flickr

proc_4 by Two Heads, on Flickr

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thanks!
« Last Edit: 2021-03-29, 20:17:41 by romullus »

2021-03-24, 11:25:00
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Nejc Kilar

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What can I say, I'm a fan of the detail and everything. Really like to look at these things :)

2021-03-24, 14:10:28
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2021-03-24, 17:44:41
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Is it the new Corona Physical material?

2021-03-24, 19:33:02
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Do you hunt people who use new physical material Maru? ;)but seriously no, it isn't.

2021-03-24, 20:50:23
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Is it the new Corona Physical material?

If it was, it would not look as good :)


2021-03-25, 14:00:22
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Feel like you captured the glint / sparkle quality well +1

Don't hate me - what HDRI is this?

2021-03-25, 18:29:39
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Damn, I knew you'd ask! ;)

it's one of Maxime Roz's free hdri's. This particular one is called "canada_montreal_nad_photorealism", great for probing, testing...etc

https://www.maximeroz.com/hdri-free-pack

2021-03-25, 18:42:07
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Every time I start a new thread in gallery section I feel super guilty (it's dead anyway) so maybe I just continue here :)

Next daily dose of useless/pointless stuff. This one I called "Microbiota" and it is my loose approach to Scanning electron microscope type of photography. Obviously made for fun and practice (who would've asked for such renders anyway?)

Hope you'll enjoy it

https://www.behance.net/gallery/116191613/MICROBIOTA


macro_teapots_header by Two Heads, on Flickr

wiki_binomial by Two Heads, on Flickr

macro_teapots_1 by Two Heads, on Flickr

macro_teapots_5 by Two Heads, on Flickr

macro_teapots_2 by Two Heads, on Flickr

macro_teapots_3 by Two Heads, on Flickr

macro_teapots_4 by Two Heads, on Flickr

macro_wires4 by Two Heads, on Flickr

2021-03-25, 19:20:47
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Ouch, does everyone 3ds Max user has this nastiness in his blood? Is there a way to get rid of it?

Nice work, nasty bacillus!
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2021-03-25, 21:38:35
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 I'm afraid it's already in our bloodstream, we all got it even though autodesk sucks our blood immensely. The only cure I can think of is blender but it's too late for most of us...

2021-03-25, 22:59:31
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I think blender users are getting infected with even nastier strain, it's called suzannus horrificus. There's literally no escape.
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2021-03-25, 23:46:55
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what about the creation process, TyFlow?

2021-03-26, 11:00:04
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2021-05-13, 16:58:26
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Looks great.

I'm just thinking that the microscope shot camera may have the wrong camera settings. I can some perspective there between the teapots, and it looks like the camera is placed somewhere between them, very close to the surface. If that was a microscope the distance of the camera to the objects would be very big taking the scale in consideration. So it would rather remind a very long focal length shot, with no perspactive\size changes between these little objects. The DOF would be very shallow though as in your render.

This is just my impression, I would need to check on it and I'm not sure what effect you were aiming for.

Anyway, very cool experiment, I hope you will show more stuff :) 
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