Author Topic: Freakaz's Gallery "UPDATE 03.23"  (Read 21042 times)

2013-11-10, 15:23:55

Freakaz

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Gallery Update in the last post ;)

Hi people, was realy tempted to test out the Corona renderer. So created a small interior scene, just to test the posibilities and I love it.
As i have both left hands while adjusting hell lot of a settings in V-Ray, the simplicity of Corona was just genius.
Will try it in the exterior renders next, to see how it works.









http://www.flickr.com/photos/76318914@N07/sets/72157637513432706/
« Last Edit: 2015-03-23, 15:57:18 by Freakaz »

2013-11-11, 08:04:17
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Alexbuk

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Excellent. Personally, I like

2013-11-11, 09:43:18
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yagi

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huh! you call these tests? lol ....freaking awesome!

2013-11-11, 10:25:40
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2013-11-11, 13:34:02
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Yeah, your "tests" look much better than most of images submitted to gallery section. :) There are some minor issues like chair's base intersecting with carpet and I'm not sure about the blueish glow effect on chair in the last render. But still, great renders!

2013-11-11, 17:47:28
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Very natural lighting! Good!
My Ducati or a render with Corona.....mmm, hard question!
http://www.coverimage.it

2013-11-12, 03:25:09
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Looking really great Freakaz! I really love those renderings, would you mind sharing with us your lighting and post  production workflow? Thank you!
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2013-11-12, 06:13:11
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Thanks maru, yeah, there's an issue with chair leg intersection with the carpet.

Allesandro, thank you for your coment.

Kubiak, there's nothing mutch to talk about lighting, it's corona sun+sky with corona portals in the windows. I Attached the settings.
For the postprocessing in photoshop i used magic bullet and it's diffusion, vignete, anamorphic flare and chromatic abberation filters, then in photoshop adjusted curves (linear contrast preset), adjusted the color balance. Duplicated the main image twice and used it in overlay and screen modes with opacity of 20-40%. Could share the PSD file, but i wasn't bothering to save it :)

2013-11-12, 08:30:05
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Really nice !! All the image looks natural.

May I ask about the thin curtain at the 4th image? what kind of material did you use? opacity or with translucency?

Thank you :)

2013-11-12, 09:41:31
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Freakaz

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Really nice !! All the image looks natural.

May I ask about the thin curtain at the 4th image? what kind of material did you use? opacity or with translucency?

Thank you :)

Thanks for the coment. I'm ataching the curtain material settings. I Used both, the transluency and refraction with falloff map assigned to refraction slot.  Hope it helps.

2013-11-12, 09:58:34
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jrcenator

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WOW thank you very much. It is indeed really helpfull :)

2013-11-12, 12:22:30
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Great, thank you! :)
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2013-11-12, 21:14:00
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Could you tell me how much time do you need to render these pictures? In which resolution/ what hardware configuration (CPU, RAM)

2013-11-13, 07:22:59
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4-6 hours per image, some renders (kitchen shots) were left overnight, so ~8 hours. In 2000x1500px resolution, some noise was removed in photoshop, and renders are not very clean, but some noise doesn't bother me, because sharp and clean renders are not my style and it was initialy done for corona testing.
My computer configuration is absolutely nothing special, because i work on a laptop, with intel core i7 2660qm 2ghz, and 8 gb ram.

2013-11-13, 09:15:19
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hankusp

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Thanks
I try to compare it with Maxwell I'm using now. Maxwell is very slow, but gives good quality and ease of use