Author Topic: Abandoned christmas room  (Read 14978 times)

2014-12-24, 09:28:28
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fobus

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2014-12-24, 12:37:05
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kahein

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Great rendering. I love all the details you put in it.

IMO with all that realism something important is missing........Dust.
Where is the dust in this old room. Even if someone had cleaned it.
No dust in air. No dust on the floor with also with that crack paint ceiling there no debris . No dust on all those books, the table, the piano etc.
Those books are too perfect.
The wallpaper seems too heavy for staying suppend like that. And for detaching himself from the wall there must be humidity spots.

It's just for criticic in that flow of compliments : )



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2016-02-10, 13:33:32
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Excellent!... your scene was featured  in the page of a recent GPU renderer "faster than Octane on complex scenes".... ha ha ha.

http://www.fstormrender.com/gallery

I knew i have seen this image somewhere.
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2016-02-10, 15:34:53
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Yet another new renderer? Why do people bothers at all, it should be pretty obvious by now, that soon Corona will rule the world :]
I'm not Corona Team member. Everything i say, is my personal opinion only.

2016-02-10, 19:10:01
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Oh... but ... but... this one is GPU... and.... and... have such impressive images in so short time. XD.
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2016-02-10, 20:46:05
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just one question, for what???
what is any commercial or artistic value of
this work???
show a huge amount of polygons
 possible to render with Corona???
or what large number of models can be done
for considerable time???