Author Topic: Corona Sketchbook  (Read 2704 times)

2017-01-22, 15:02:35

Dan Rodgers

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I've been trying out Corona since just before Christmas, and over the past couple of weeks I've been doing an image a night.  Nothing too complicated, mainly just trying out different techniques; playing with Megascans, SSS and volumetric materials, procedural texturing etc.

So far I'm pretty impressed.  I've been a happy VRay user for the past 3-4 years, but so far working with Corona has been much quicker and a lot more fun.


Cheers
« Last Edit: 2017-02-03, 17:13:12 by Dan Rodgers »

2017-01-23, 09:44:17
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Flamingo

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Corona for Max or C4D.
Nice images

2017-01-23, 11:08:33
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Dan Rodgers

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2017-01-23, 13:13:10
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These are super nice, but since it's a scrapbook, I am moving the thread to WIP. Can't wait for a finished work in the gallery though! :)

2017-01-23, 15:10:33
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I like those little fluffy clouds. It's a shame that Corona still has issues with overlapping volumetrics though. Hopefully it will be fixed sometime in the future.
I'm not Corona Team member. Everything i say, is my personal opinion only.

2017-03-10, 22:14:13
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Dan Rodgers

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Another image, from a slightly larger personal project.  And a letter I made from this years 36 days of type that we ran across our studio. Sadly, I'm still waiting to use corona on a proper commercial project though.


2017-10-27, 02:47:13
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Dan Rodgers

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Trying out the new skin material using vertex colour straight from ZBrush.