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    #21

    update for miss mila, i use clo3d for the cloth, and will doing milas texture in zbrush.
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    #22

    Considering noise... You don't have any difficult illumination and noise is very even. AA weighted filter in Post may help a bit, but most working solution is only longer rendering time.
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    #23

    marchewa-- ok thanks for the tip, here's an eight hour render test with dof, i think it needs more time for a cleaner result.
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    #24

    HI guys, im almost 90% done on my image. I just want to share the textures and compiled test renders. The next update will be the final cameras and render. ^_^
    Last edited by cgdigi; 2012-05-27 at 09:47 AM.
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    #25

    go petera! you can do it!
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    #26

    thanks mark... good luck to all!!! 8 more days to go..
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    #27

    ok here are some of the extra cameras that i created.
    Resolution for the renders are 850x567, 8-12 hours of rendering. Still got some noise but i think its just fine since my scene is a night scene which in reality you'll get some noise from the camera.
    Last edited by cgdigi; 2012-06-10 at 07:26 PM.
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    #28

    Meet the characters of "How to save a life.." ^_^
    these image is edited straight from NOX, no cross process in photoshop. the 2nd image is edited in ae.
    Last edited by cgdigi; 2012-06-09 at 06:49 PM.
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    #29

    Here's a compilation of the extra cameras, already edited in ae using magic bullet looks and optical flares.

    2nd image is the raw render for my final entry, 3rd image is a day shot mood
    Last edited by cgdigi; 2012-06-11 at 07:21 PM.
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    #30

    "How to save a life" is a story about Dr. Smith and his friends Lovbo and Theodore. Dr. Smith is the one who discovered that there lives depends on the winder, and responsinble for assembling parts from new or old tin can toys like Miss Mila.

    The scene was done in 3ds max 2012, Zbrush 4R3, Nox, UV layout and Photoshop, After effects. 80% of the post were done in Nox, and 20% done in after effects and photoshop

    what i like in nox:
    its real time dof
    its post and final menu tab, where you can almost do the color correction without using any other editing softwares. It also have the film camera features to add a final touch on the renders.

    This is my first time to use another renderer besides vray and zbrush bpr, so far Nox 0.3.48 open beta is still amazing, I've enjoyed and learned a lot on this competition and I bet The team will come up with more new features soon.

    ok so here's the link on how i lighted up my scene
    type the password: nox
    http://vimeo.com/43819921

    FINAL IMAGE:
    Last edited by cgdigi; 2012-06-12 at 04:09 PM.
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    #31

    Hi cgdigi,

    Nice work, lighting and mood are excellent!
    Cheers
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    #32

    Very brave camera angle, I love variety of lights and overall atmosphere of the image! Congratulations and good luck, cgdigi!
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    #33

    fkoehler-- thanks man, good luck to you too.
    mookie-- thanks, glad you like the mood of the scenes

    ill be uploading a video soon on how i lighted my scene in nox. ^_^
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    #34

    good luck to all

    ok so here's the link on how i lighted up my scene
    type the password: nox
    http://vimeo.com/43819921
    Last edited by cgdigi; 2012-06-12 at 04:09 PM.
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    #35

    I love this work from the start! In my mind you and Steve you are the leaders here! Good luck!
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    Thanks Annkos, glad you like final render. good luck to you too. ^_^
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    #37

    I like that blending video
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