Author Topic: Nissan GT-R 2017 [Full CG]  (Read 3507 times)

2017-05-02, 17:22:36

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Hey guys! We want to share with you our newest portfolio work. Nissan GT-R 2017 in snowy mountains. For this beast we prepared fully CGI shots.

RENDERING
For this scene we used corona renderer 1.6. It works amazingly well when using for automotive visualisation.
MATERIALS/TEXTURES
Entire project was made from poliigon.com textures. It shows the variety of textures that the site is offering. Snow textures works great for close parts of the scene but also for mountains that are far away. We also used road, cobblestone, overlay and rock textures. On top of that site is offering amazing HDR which we used to light up the car and scene.
TERRAIN
Terrain is fully CG and we modelled it in World Machine. We also baked the diffuse texture for mountains but instead of using it as diffuse we used it as mask to sepperate the rocks from snow. Then we created shaders for snow and rocks using poliigon textures and used mask from world machine.
Most of the terrain and road is also sculpted in ZBrush to achieve even more detail.

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2017-05-02, 19:18:02
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Alexp

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Amazing work. Very impresive. One of the best I ever seen

2017-05-02, 21:09:28
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Erald

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Holy cow...

2017-05-02, 22:38:41
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Love it :)

2017-05-03, 17:13:44
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Hey guys! Thank you for amazing feedback, I'm really glad you like it !:)

2017-05-03, 18:21:39
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marqueso

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Very nice image, so purrrty those lights!

HDRI for GE or Corona Sun? Original Output Resolution?

Thanks.



2017-05-03, 18:35:24
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For both renders we used HDRI with Corona sun. Output was 4k.

2017-05-05, 13:49:11
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Great scene and a beautiful render. Those lights are so hypnotizing :D love it!

You could have added some snow dirt on side skirts and inside wheel arches for added realism :)
My 3d stock portfolio - http://3docean.net/user/tomislavn

2017-05-09, 16:29:06
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Can you help me for car tail light materials ? how can i create it like in this project
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2017-05-09, 19:26:23
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speechless.... best full cgi car rendering ive seen so far. congrats! wallpaper stuff

2017-05-10, 02:33:33
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For both renders we used HDRI with Corona sun. Output was 4k.

How do you typicall combine them? do you leave 1 at default and lower say the sun intensity? or do you lower both hdri and sun to blend them?  I think what I see mostly is people using hdri for global lighting, but because they often are quite soft, people add a sun with like 0.02-5 intensity just to get harder shadows on top?

I'm just curious, images looks great!