Author Topic: Porsche 911 Anniversary  (Read 6295 times)

2014-01-23, 03:58:50

Elviz

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I love Corona.

Why?

- Very simple, straightforward workflow of this render engine, makes it possible to render photographic CG shots with minimum effort.
As in this case I was working on materials of this car with this basic scene setup (Corona sky & Sun&ConstantMtl on bg) and in a couple of hours I am sitting here in front of the monitor, amazed by the quick yet realistic result.


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2014-01-23, 04:16:28
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zhangjx511

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Rendering is very beautiful, very much. Can I share files under source under test

2014-01-23, 11:48:49
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Thank you,
You can share, but please don't modify them.
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2014-01-23, 12:29:54
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yagi

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superb! .... so you did a lot of post processing using those rendered elements?  like to see the raw render to compare with post

2014-01-23, 12:51:11
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I've cranked up the render settings just for curiosity.

Here you go, the original resolution - raw output:


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2014-01-23, 20:37:16
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Black version :)
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2014-01-23, 23:14:25
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super nice renders can you please share your materials on the glass, and metals also.

2014-01-24, 11:55:01
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amazing again! do you have a tutorial on how you applied/combined the various rendered element outputs in photoshop? cos i would really like to see each one of their purposes and how they work to improve the overall image.

2014-01-24, 12:32:46
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amazing again! do you have a tutorial on how you applied/combined the various rendered element outputs in photoshop? cos i would really like to see each one of their purposes and how they work to improve the overall image.

The truth? - they didn't help me much (except AO pass that connects the subject whole better to the ground), the point is to use 32 bit format output - it contains all the information you need.
The next step is you'r eye judgement of color correction process (but it's topic of it's own).

So no - the passes is just for show off, they just look COOL :)

I only used AO and Zdepth for post production.
« Last Edit: 2014-01-24, 13:39:55 by Elviz »
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2014-01-26, 03:17:14
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Back view
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2015-06-08, 22:01:18
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The old render gets new color grading.
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2015-06-09, 06:05:26
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Wow!it looks really good,


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2015-07-04, 11:53:14
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Glad you like it !
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