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Very fast viz

Post Thu Feb 02, 2012 4:49 pm

In a minute of boredom I did THIS. Models are all mine and was done earlier except the tripod. It's from flyingarchitecture.com. Total time - approx 3 hours with rendering and post. The idea came from the photo in "French by design" blog.
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Re: Very fast viz

Post Thu Feb 02, 2012 8:22 pm

YAF(A)RAY from Suomi !!!! :D :shock:
Yet A Fantastic ( Again) Render And Yes... ( sorry I didn't find quickly a good Y at the end :wink: )

Olivier Boscournu __ riofranco design  Montpellier _ France   http://www.olivier-boscournu.com/

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Re: Very fast viz

Post Thu Feb 02, 2012 10:10 pm

Beautiful...

...but I should made a little more post blurring some sharpy stuff, specially at high contrast areas like the design lamp and the white light source bg. Very work indeed

I'm currently working on a realistic 3d demoreel and another experimental project...using yaf and blender 2.6 and... quite happy with the output qualities and rendertimes.

Hope to post stuff soon :)
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Re: Very fast viz

Post Fri Feb 03, 2012 4:28 am

Thanx :D

sorry I didn't find quickly a good Y at the end


Yummy? :lol:

the design lamp


Thanx again, never even thought that it will look like a "design lamp" . It's my own creation and I call it "A Great Flying Spaghetti Monster" :D Others call it "Heavy Industrial Transglitcher" or something like that.
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Re: Very fast viz

Post Sat Feb 04, 2012 6:46 am

wow very nice!

but the title was a bit misleading. i was like "god there is super fast render setting which lets you render realistic images. i have to see it"

i then it went away :/


anyway, beautiful render. please share the settings
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Re: Very fast viz

Post Mon Feb 06, 2012 3:46 am

Here's the settings.
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Re: Very fast viz

Post Mon Feb 06, 2012 10:36 am

Suomi,
All has been said.
:D
But I would love to learn your post pro work.
Can you share your image without post pro?
Whow did you generate vignetting and soft glow over the sofa?
Blender or gimp? Why?

Oh my god, :oops: this seems like an interrogation! :lol:
But, hey, you and your works caused it! :lol:
Great render and thanks once again for sharing it! :D
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Re: Very fast viz

Post Sat Feb 11, 2012 6:01 am

First of all, sorry for not answering for so long. I was thinking of creating a mini-tutorial about postpro, but then realized, that I haven't enough time for that.

Unfortunately, raw render was deleted shortly after the postpro was made, so I cannot share it.

And about postproduction process: I made it in GIMP, because it much faster and intuitive for me than nodes. First, duplicate the initial layer three times. The first copy set to screen mode, it'll make the image brighter; the second one set to soft light mode - it'll give more contrast. The third copy is for glow. Make it monochrome, then adjust the contrast high enough, almost for pure black and white colors. Then I use a plugin called something like DOF Blur (I have localized version of GIMP so I cannot be sure). It's better than Gaussian blur - if you'll play with it, you'll understand what I mean. Then I almost always tinting this blurred layer for something between cyan and blue. Additionally you can apply a Chromatic aberration with maximal settings to it - it will give interesting color distribution of a bloom. Then set this layer to screen, in addition you can make an alpha mask.

Vignetting is far easier. Make new layer, lit it with black, then apply an alpha mask with radial gradient from center. Adjust brightness and contrast and you will have a vignette. :)
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Re: Very fast viz

Post Mon Feb 13, 2012 10:27 am

Thank you very much.
Your tutorial is perfect! :D
I knew you had litle important tips to share! :D
Your post pro work is very, very nice.
Thanks once again! :D
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Re: Very fast viz

Post Sat Feb 18, 2012 3:33 pm

pro quality as always, thaks for mini tutorial, how ceiling lamp cloth was made?
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Re: Very fast viz

Post Sat Feb 18, 2012 3:52 pm

how ceiling lamp cloth was made?


http://vimeo.com/23410198
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Re: Very fast viz

Post Tue Feb 21, 2012 11:41 am

Wow great ! Reminds a bit at the Bertrand Benoit Style :-)

What are your hardwarespecifications ?
How did you do the carpet ?
What Yafaray-Version do you use ?

Kind regards
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Re: Very fast viz

Post Tue Feb 21, 2012 12:17 pm

Reminds a bit at the Bertrand Benoit Style


It's a best compliment I've heard so far. :D Thanx. I love his images.

What are your hardwarespecifications ?


i7 2600k, 16Gb RAM, GTX-560Ti.

How did you do the carpet ?


Here's a .blends. Models are similar to this carpet.

Carpet http://blender3d.org.ua/forum/wip/iwe/u ... test.blend
Furry plaid download/file.php?id=5561

What Yafaray-Version do you use ?


0.1.2 from Megasoft78 on Xubuntu 11.10 x64
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Re: Very fast viz

Post Sun Jun 24, 2012 9:54 am

Hi guys!

Is it only me who can see small white square spots on the right-middle part of this by all means wanderful picture? Is it something from the photon mapping settings or?..

Thanks
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Re: Very fast viz

Post Wed Jun 27, 2012 9:01 am

lucidlook, it's a famous "white dots". This bug seems to be fixed now.
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