Author Topic: Revisiting an old friend  (Read 2591 times)

2014-04-21, 21:07:48

jannerman

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Revisiting an old friend. Along time ago in 2006 i made this station and rendered it in Vray ( the originals can be seen on my website www.innerrealm.co.uk),  so i decided to remake it and re sculpt allot of it in ZB and render it in Corona as a way of exploring Coronas capabilities.  so here is the result.  there is still much i can do to these and there not perfect in the least but its a step up from the old ones for sure.  i'll be making some more renders as soon as i can find time.

Cheers guys

Paul 



« Last Edit: 2014-04-21, 22:58:34 by jannerman »

2014-04-23, 00:05:05
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Utroll

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A bit contrasted (on my screen?) but some obvious good work.
And it changes from new buildings :D

2014-04-23, 00:53:32
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A little yep , i didn't want to make it to clear not in the first shot any how. had toyed with it in Photoshop but being slight washed out felt at little better. for the final shot i might go half way though and bring it up a little.  Thanks for you comment though very good of you mate and yes there are a lot of arch vis folk on this forum but i can't blame them as Corona is a great renderer and show off reflections beautifully.

On the contrast note I've been meaning to post and idea in the features request section . hopefully in a few days when i get some time i'll draw it up.   
« Last Edit: 2014-04-23, 01:11:36 by jannerman »

2014-04-27, 23:53:27
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jannerman

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Had another go at this as the previous ones lacked detail and was rather dark. so rendered out another using a HDRI image rather than corona sun, then combined it. really seeing the detail now on my scene. still not at all mastered this renderer yet and feel much more comfortable in Vray as I've been using it for years, it'll come though with more practice trying stuff out :)

the second image is the pure HDRI image with some contrast tweaks in PS.

Paul

2014-05-04, 20:59:36
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The last one shows more detail but I like the mood of the first better.