A Star Wars image

Started by Hannes, September 19, 2019, 04:09:16 am

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bobbystahr

I like both versions...great texturing man.
something borrowed,
something Blue.
Ring out the Old.
Bring in the New
Bobby Stahr, Paracosmologist

cyphyr

Love this. Great sense of scale :)
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Tangled-Universe

Thanks for trying Hannes!

I ran the numbers through a depth of field calculator and quickly realized my DoF-suggestion was impossible.
Given the MF's size I'd need a 200mm lens at 400m distance with an aperture size smaller than f/1 (>200mm aperture) to get a depth of field of less than 400 meters.
That should render the background mountain a little bit out of focus, but the lens would be a freak one and the viewer would not accept the image and say: this looks like a miniature.

So, you were right.

archonforest

Love this!!!
The last scene is cool but would be better to have a wider render so the destroyer is more visible to see how big it is actually.
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