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    ZDENO Entry

    Hi! Hello everyone. I want to try with my minimalistic aproach
    Last edited by zdeno; 2009-06-07 at 11:27 PM. Reason: I needed reference image to deal with all this refractions and caustics so I decided to make plexiglass model in real life .
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    some more

    another POVs and Extra Soap bubbles
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    bubbles pandemonium

    more more !! and even more bubbles !!
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    Hey Zdeno very strange in there i wonder how people live in there or not
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    hollow man and invisible woman, their child casper and his best imaginary friend dog "blink".

    But seriously I have to worry about all practical stuff like one You mentioned in everyday work.
    So in this one job for fun I am on holidays and make something irrational and unresponsible. Glass house !
    In therms of this competition was no word about usability of this model just have to be pretty
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    Guess you're right that you can do this however you want - I even like your approach - but if you're doing glass, please do some refraction - it'll look sooooooooooo much 'glassier' and prettier
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    THX Gyzzmo i will try play more with IOR , now it is 1,6 and some refrection occurs but mayby I have to cheat a little to make more glassier glass :d

    There is a bigger version to trace refraction pixel by pixel
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    interesting idea, but not developed at all, wish to see it finished !
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    I needed reference image to deal with all this refractions and caustics so I decided to make plexiglass model in real life . saddly I think there will be not enough time to complete renderings .
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    cool! ..............
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    Quote:
    Originally posted by: zdeno
    I needed reference image to deal with all this refractions and caustics so I decided to make plexiglass model in real life . saddly I think there will be not enough time to complete renderings .
    so, which one of those images is photo, or they all are renders , cause they don't look like a photo....btw: but great idea
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    it,s not real life, it's just 3D again.
    YannicK.
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    of course it was supposed to be a joke there is a little smiley with blinkin' eye ;P

    I am not God of CG so I have to be creative instead. PLease don't ruin my fun.
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    LOL, I had fun reading, zdeno be yourself, dont worry!!!, LOL
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    an extension ? Oh my God so I have to make some renderings becuase there are no excuses
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    Nice one Zdeno! I actually thought that you wasted all that time building a real life model, but then thought..wow..what amazing craftsmanship! Excellent finishing! loll
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    Amazing work [last one] > scale model look very good, but not like real one )

    What render did you use? Maxwell? Is it studio setup lightning? I'm very interested in scale model style renderings, so i'm curious...

    Keep good work!!
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    Kimaera - THX a lot You made my day ! sweet !

    the.doctor - I don't want to tell what render I used, till I win first prize because one member of GRAND JURY is owner of competing unbiased rendering solution. Ups! I said too much.

    about lighting I actualy modeled one room (a few plains nothing fancy) and place emitters in windows. I also put addition lightbulb with warmer light but noise and caustic was unacceptable so I turned it off AFTER render ended with MULTILIGHT TM feature
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    Final

    Let,s get ready to rumble
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