Author Topic: Mirbella House  (Read 9829 times)

2012-09-29, 06:43:52

Javadevil

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Here's another house... Corona is so fast, chews though Trees for Breakfast :)

More to come
« Last Edit: 2012-09-29, 08:53:30 by Javadevil »

2012-09-29, 08:10:32
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Ludvik Koutny

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Looks great, you could push it even further by:

Adding more height/size variance to the grass so it doesn't look that even.

Adding very slight amount of fractal noise bump map to the pool water so it has some slight waves.

Making wood little less saturated and more rough (reflections on wood are too shiny IMHO, looks like it just rained :) )

2012-09-29, 08:30:29
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Javadevil

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Thanks Ludvik,

With the pool, I'm finding ripples, waves etc.. distract the eye from seeing the bottom of the pool, with a flat surface I get the depth of the pool.
I don't know whats better ? But I'll do another one to see the difference.
Grass, I have two different patches, one longer and the short one, I'll up the frequency of the longer one so its visible in these close up shots.

I just realised this is an older render, I'd recently built timber edging around the decking, will update it.




2012-09-29, 09:00:38
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Javadevil

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Added a shot of the front in the first post.

Also small adjustments to the pool shot.
« Last Edit: 2012-09-29, 10:29:23 by Javadevil »

2012-09-29, 10:21:37
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Ondra

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nice polycount O_o
Rendering is magic.
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2012-09-29, 10:45:32
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Ocram

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nice polycount O_o
WOW! :-O

btw nice images! :)

2012-09-29, 11:33:32
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Javadevil

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Hehe the polycount has to be a time stamp bug :)

2012-09-29, 11:41:02
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Ondra

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ok, put it on mantis ;)
Rendering is magic.
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2012-09-29, 13:13:53
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Tom Zamorin

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very good!

2012-09-29, 21:09:27
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michaltimko

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corona scatter? very realistic look!
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Supporting Corona in commercial projects since pre-alpha

2012-09-30, 00:46:00
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Javadevil

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Thanks Tom and michaltimko,

The grass is corona Scatter and the trees are MDO.

http://mdo.emecstudios.com/index.php/products/plants/wacoscatter.html

2012-10-04, 16:53:05
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Paul Jones

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mdo - blimey I was looking forward to that being released, still in dev?

2012-10-05, 00:20:48
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Javadevil

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mdo - blimey I was looking forward to that being released, still in dev?

Yep its still being developed.

2012-10-05, 09:46:27
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Paul Jones

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Any release date for anything? All sounded such a good idea, bit appeared to become vaporware

2012-10-05, 17:22:36
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Javadevil

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No release date, its taken a lot longer than I expected, but there still working on it.