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Gallery / Re: A head full of dreams
« on: 2020-07-28, 13:22:49 »
Lovely set :) love the mood a lot. Keep up the good work.

Gallery / Re: "Rice fields"
« on: 2020-07-02, 10:40:05 »
That is just insane :) Crazy good work!

Nice floor tiles :D What are those 2x2m each?

Gallery / Re: Parryware 2019
« on: 2019-12-17, 14:55:08 »
That's just great imo :) GJ!

General Discussion / Re: Problems with Denoise
« on: 2019-11-18, 09:34:26 »
Well, denoiser works on blurring so it will smear the texture of course :) It's a matter of using the right amount so the details aren't affected as much. More passes you do, less denoise amount you need. As Tom said, try lower values as 1 will almost always smear everything.

Jobs / Re: Freelancer needed for simple interior set
« on: 2019-03-13, 13:33:56 »
I would like to know more also :)

Gallery / Re: Audi r8
« on: 2018-11-07, 09:02:01 »
Ahhh that makes sense now :) Thank you for clarification.

Gallery / Re: Audi r8
« on: 2018-11-05, 09:26:23 »
Weird that it took so long, materials are very basic (like a CAD sketch almost) :/

Gallery / Re: Lake Of Love
« on: 2018-10-01, 07:57:13 »
Amazing work :) love it!

Work in Progress/Tests / Re: Custom Honda NX650 Tracker
« on: 2018-09-21, 08:35:58 »
Sick stuff :) I just love those ultra-detailed models/materials. Keep us updated :)

Gallery / Re: BMW X3 CGI Shots
« on: 2018-08-02, 09:05:41 »
Really nice renders :)

Only thing that I have noticed that bothered me a bit is that front-face shot which appeared to have skewed/distorted lights (probably glass material refraction or something)... check the real thing here for comparison.

Other then that specific camera view, it looks top notch!

Looking good like always :)

Gallery / Re: Westworld tribute
« on: 2018-04-21, 19:02:37 »
And another still :) again inspired by the Westworld intro

Just a note that for physically accurate materials, all dielectric materials should always have 100% white reflectivity. It all comes down to adjusting the glossiness and bump. If you have set reflectiveness to anything other than white, then you are effectively telling the shader to reflect back less energy (light) than it is receiving, which goes against the theory of energy conservation where a surface should not reflect more or less energy than it receives.

Exactly :) That's why I added white reflection material with 75-80% multiplied thin film texture over it to simulate the effect. Anyway, glad that we got this sorted out :)

Nice! Would be much appeciated!

There, a simple scene that I used for testing. You will have to plug some HDR map into light material for the sky since I didn't send you mine (was around 150mb). Updated the scene with Corona Layered material (1 base, 1 reflection mat) for easier management.

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