Author Topic: Corona + C4D, Small Living Room.  (Read 5876 times)

2015-03-25, 00:35:54

Ohnet

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Hello! this is my last work done with Corona render But for C4D.

A small Living room space that I created for a client a while I was testing more deeply the render engine.

Sides notes, I used Corona dof and it's Great! about post, it has some post but very little since I dont have, Multipasses, Material ID or Alpha channel

C&C are very welcome!, thanks.

2015-03-25, 01:51:17
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Nejc Kilar

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I for one really really like it! You squeezed a lot out of the Cinema 4D version considering there is no multipass option just yet. The overall lighting just makes it... Good stuff dude!

Also, if it helps, I tend to use the stock Cinema 4D multipass to get the masks out and then subtly go over those in Photoshop :) It's better than nothing :D

2015-03-25, 08:46:25
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Rhodesy

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Oh yes, congrats on these. The lighting is top draw, is it HDRI?

I'm also on C4D and have tested it a fair bit but these have prompted me to push it further and do a full final scene (when I get a free window). I really like the exposure compensation, can't wait for the day we can adjust that interactively.

2015-03-25, 09:05:47
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Paulito

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Really love the lighting and smooth look!! Can you share you light settings?

2015-03-25, 11:54:04
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2015-03-25, 16:53:30
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Ohnet

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Really love the lighting and smooth look!! Can you share you light settings?

Hello! I will upload the scene later in the corona for cinema 4D FB group, so C4D users can look, improve and learn from each other work, to me that is what alpha releases means, I'd really like to see more ppl motivated with corona for cinema 4D as I'm right now. I'm not sure if I can upload in this forum.


2015-03-25, 16:54:26
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Ohnet

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Oh yes, congrats on these. The lighting is top draw, is it HDRI?

I'm also on C4D and have tested it a fair bit but these have prompted me to push it further and do a full final scene (when I get a free window). I really like the exposure compensation, can't wait for the day we can adjust that interactively.

Yes! I used a vizpeople 12k HDRI :)

2015-03-25, 16:55:51
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Ohnet

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thanks everyone! I really Like Corona cor C4D, hoping to see the oficial release soon with all the missing attributes

2015-03-25, 20:32:56
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Very good work, remember how many passes I need the scene?

2015-03-25, 22:38:30
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Ohnet

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Very good work, remember how many passes I need the scene?

Hello, I only used 300 passes.

2015-03-26, 08:25:09
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Rhodesy

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Thanks for the info. I also have some vispeople hdris so will give them a go. I didn't realise there was a corona for c4d Facebook group, I can't find it on Facebook. Would be very generous of you to upload. Really pleased to find out that DR will support any shader when we get it so just connect a node and double your render power!

2015-03-26, 14:16:40
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Marvey

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lovely light and shaders, well done, waiting for your down link!

2015-04-20, 09:38:07
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davidlecardinal

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Hi Ohnet,

great work! did you give your c4d fille for learning?
Or someone else can tell me how it works with HDRI and C4D?

Thanks
David