Another Non-TG Nature render thingy

Started by Walli, July 06, 2011, 05:25:15 pm

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Walli

still WIP but close to finish. This time I wanted to do an outdoor render with Vray for Cinema4D.





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Henry Blewer

Very nice DOF work. The fence looks brand new. I would try putting a image/fractal mask on the sunlight for dappled shadows. Or place a tree for the shadows. This would break up the direct lighting which makes this look cg IMHO.

Edit: I guess you did that. Looked at the inset image on the threads page.
http://flickr.com/photos/njeneb/
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Walli

yes, there´s already shadow falling in there,, but because of the low sun angle, the atmosphere/sun lighting ratio almost tends towards atmosphere, so the shadow is not very obvious.


Henry Blewer

I like the newest render better. It just gave me a flashback to my Grandparents garden in West Bloomfield, NY.
http://flickr.com/photos/njeneb/
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inkydigit

no. 2 gets my vote here...very cool work!

Walli

thanks.

Some updates and closeup renderings (better, cropped out of a large render)




Walli


rcallicotte

Can't wait to see more.  The #2 image is muted too much for the garden stuff, but it looks like your follow ups are more resilient.  The fence looks pretty good.
So this is Disney World.  Can we live here?

Walli



Henry Blewer

Very good model. Only a couple tweaks and you're done.
http://flickr.com/photos/njeneb/
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Walli

after a long pause I managed to work on the last plant I need for the scene. Not yet finished, but getting closer ;-)


FrankB

Very cool Walli, congrats for the whole scene! :)

Walli

thanks!
Someone wanted to know how detailed this shrub is, so I went a bit closer (rendered with vray for Cinema, as the complete scene also will be rendered with vray for Cinema)


Oshyan

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