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    LW Next Tiger Render

    For those of you who do not have access to facebook, here is a post from Lino using LW Next Native Renderer and FiberFX
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    Liking what I see.
    Thanks, I do not have the Facebook.

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    Good grief that looks great!

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    looks really great, there will however always be a comparison towards real long curly hair, so a curly long haired brunette, black haired, and and a blonde is required..so some shots of that please..and perhaps add it there, so we others without facebook also can follow it properly..

    And in case they have forgotten, here´s the section where it belongs...and please add additional feature description teaser info....
    https://blog.lightwave3d.com/2015/11/fiberfx/

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    Agree with Prometheus.
    Surely any marketing/updates could be in a thread here in the forums.
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    I've been comparing the Octane render and LW native render side by side, I think it is glaring that the LW render is way better, more realistic and brighter. White subjects are very testing, on FB Lino put up a LW render and then updated it with the one in this thread. I'm glad to see something that lives up to the promises that have been made. I guess they're in the process of getting images together to showcase LW on release, when ever that happens.

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    Yup, great work from Lino. The tiger model was made by Mauro Corveloni.

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    Quote Originally Posted by djwaterman View Post
    I've been comparing the Octane render and LW native render side by side, I think it is glaring that the LW render is way better, more realistic and brighter. ....
    Interesting. I initially thought the Octane render looked more "crispy" & "alive". Will have to view again when I can access FB away from work.
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    I also prefer Octane rendered image. Looks more natural.

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    Can someone with the Octane render post that one for the rest of us to check out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Axis3d View Post
    Can someone with the Octane render post that one for the rest of us to check out?
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    I prefer Lwnext's hands down. The hair seems more natural to me.
    English is not my native language so please be patient.

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    If all this silent waiting gets us fibers of that quality, I'll be more than happy to wait in silence again

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    Both look amazing. I prefer the nose on the LWN render and eyes on the Octane render. I think the hair in the LWN render has a softer quality to it, I don't know if it's more realistic but it looks great.
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    The two renders have very different contrasts, so it is hard to compare, not knowing what post work has been done, or maybe needs to be done regarding gamma. It is a very nice image, modeling, texturing. The FiberFX is incredible! Big level up. The LW PBR is looking awesome. Keep this stuff coming. It would be nice to see some arch viz PBR renders, or a scene with a character and complex background.

    Great work!

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