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    some more house renders

    Hi guy's

    some more residential renders done over the past few weeks.

    Richardo

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    Very good! What render engine?

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    Octane

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    Last edited by richardo; 07-29-2018 at 04:28 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by richardo View Post
    Octane

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    Nice. I'm trying out the demo - the texturing is a lot harder. Not as straight forward as regular LW.

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    snosrap, are you talking about the shaders or actually placing the textures on your models?

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    Quote Originally Posted by richardo View Post
    snosrap, are you talking about the shaders or actually placing the textures on your models?

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    The available procedural textures and no layering like regular LW. I'm starting to get the hang of living without layering by using LW2018, but the "Get layers" doesn't work with 2018 and Octane.

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    Great renders Richardo! Would you mind saying where you're getting your fabric models from - blankets, rugs etc. The detail in them is fantastic!
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    yeah sure, most of the models come from 3dsky.org. a really great resource and not overly expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snosrap View Post
    Nice. I'm trying out the demo - the texturing is a lot harder. Not as straight forward as regular LW.
    I tried out the Octane demo and ran into the same challenges. It looks like you have to redo the shading and texturing on most objects for them to look good in Octane. I decided I didn't have time for that.
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    The interior is especially sweet, and the outside view from the interior looks like itīs actually there.

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