Author Topic: My Renders in Corona  (Read 21744 times)

2014-03-19, 11:45:12
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Super! You rock!
Corona - the best rendering solution!

2014-03-19, 14:24:23
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These are nice. Heh, I also had that "game" when young :- )
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2014-03-19, 14:58:43
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Very nice, I love the lampshade effect!

btw, I still have 2 of these games! In a few years they might be seriously worth a fortune. :)

2014-03-21, 02:18:12
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Thanks you guys for the comments :) Is good to see here a lot of friends from eastern europe  had this same beginning with electronic games, it was our "gameboy" ;)

Me and my brother would like show another new renders from Corona:

First test of exterior


1st day of spring... Dof test


and W.I.P project r2d2:



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« Last Edit: 2014-03-21, 02:25:36 by hcpiter »

2014-03-21, 09:03:21
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Your vegetation looks so realistic for me... any settings in material or workflow that you can share? Thanks in advance...

2014-03-21, 09:18:33
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2014-03-21, 11:29:57
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Nice! but, are you using a HDR in the exterior one? The lighting looks kind of bad - the rest is top notch!

2014-03-24, 21:19:03
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Thanks for all comments guys!

neri69- no problem, grass material:



vkiuru- no, that was just sun and sky. Have you got maybe some advices how improve that to more realistic exteriors?

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O.K Final render R2D2:



Wire:


2014-03-25, 14:40:24
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2014-10-22, 13:58:00
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hydeman- thanks !

Some new test renders from Corona.


Exterior light&grass test:



Interior light&mood test:


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all comments are welcome, thx!


2014-10-22, 18:51:33
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just amazing renders.....and for vegetation "WOW"....love all the images.
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2014-10-23, 06:32:32
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Is that bed "advertising"?.
All of a sudden i have seen a lot of rooms with that model.
About the grass test  the patch of grass doesn't seems to behave nice on steep ground.
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2014-10-23, 15:39:47
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i think the grass looks good with that variation in the hill either intended or not ..i suppose the house it's not in the middle of a golf course, so it's not a green carpet

but near the center-left there are grass patches that are horizontal xd


is there any post on the exterior images hcpiter??

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2014-10-23, 15:57:30
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good light, great job  .... the flower and trees where do you get (models) ?


2014-10-23, 16:13:26
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one comment on your last image (the bedroom) i was looking again and first i thought the luster was part of the drawing design of the frame on back wall then i saw that it is a luster i think its because the cable is too much white and also the wall LOL
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