Author Topic: Classic interior  (Read 2789 times)

2013-04-30, 16:57:46

Alessandro

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Hi,
I decide to use Corona for a production render. It is for a contract, so the time line we had for preparing the scene is very very short!! so please don't consider the details. I try this version of the image with low external light (from planes with Corona portal material, one for each  window) and I've adjusted a little the contrast in post. I find the light distribution very cool!
Btw, the scene has about 12M polygons and it take 8h30' for 500 passes, using a I7 980 3.33GHz.

My Ducati or a render with Corona.....mmm, hard question!

2013-04-30, 18:56:52
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Animator89

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Good.
I think gold should be more reflective.
and may be the chandelier should not be so overexposed.

2013-04-30, 19:45:43
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Ondra

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I just have to ask.... Is somebody actually gonna live in there?
Rendering is magic.
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2013-05-02, 09:29:01
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Alessandro

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I just have to ask.... Is somebody actually gonna live in there?

Eheh, we are specialized in this kind of interiors, there are a lot of people who loves to live there ;)
But, it doesn't mean I like it too ;)
My Ducati or a render with Corona.....mmm, hard question!