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    LightWave tribute to Rosetta!!

    Inspired by the Rosetta mission, I've been working on this image.

    It took no more than 20 minutes to create it. I can't stop to be amazed by how productive and fast LightWave is.

    Displacement, instances, Radiosity, dof and Volumetric lighting. No post effects.
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    Lino Grandi
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    very cool image Lino. Yes, lightwave is very complete and robust in production.

    Wich version do you use?

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    That's the LightWave11 user gallery...
    Lino Grandi
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    Nice! Yes LW is fast and good in some situations, not so in other. Please say that you used the latest version now supporting micro polygon displacement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ztreem View Post
    Nice! Yes LW is fast and good in some situations, not so in other.
    Just as any other tool you can use!

    Quote Originally Posted by Ztreem View Post
    Please say that you used the latest version now supporting micro polygon displacement.
    Well, no, that's the same displacement you can use now.
    But, of course micro-poly displacement is absolutely in the plans.
    Lino Grandi
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    Cool looking image!

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    Very nice render, Lino!

    And this is the answer to the question about LWG being so quiet lately... YOU ARE LIVING ON THE COMET 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko!!!!!!!!!! I see the LW logo over there!!!

    Last edited by MAUROCOR; 11-19-2014 at 08:50 AM.
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    I think the fine sand and small rocks are the instances. Very nice natural looking rocky displacement. Did anyone else notice how utterly familiar that alien comet looked, I had the same feeling of recognition when seeing the first images of the Martian surface.

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    An image from a true artist.

    In less than 20 mins? Now I want to see that scene and dismantle it .

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    Quote Originally Posted by COBRASoft View Post
    An image from a true artist.

    In less than 20 mins? Now I want to see that scene and dismantle it .
    ditto


    Nice image

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    Quote Originally Posted by COBRASoft View Post
    An image from a true artist.

    In less than 20 mins? Now I want to see that scene and dismantle it .
    I'll probably make a video and share the scene soon enough!
    Lino Grandi
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    Very cool!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lino.grandi View Post
    I'll probably make a video and share the scene soon enough!
    Great! Looking forward to it.

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    so it took 20 minutes to render or 20 minutes to send it from the comet to earth?

    nice image, complimenti!!

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    I love the Volumetric Lighting and overall composition.
    Awesome Work

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