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    Rescued Binoculars

    I've decided to rescue an old Subpatch Binoculars model I did 6 years ago In Lw modeler. Surfaced procedurally, all simple materials, no UVS. Rendered in blender cycles.

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    they look great nez! I was wondering what is the main reason you chose to render in cycles vs lightwave? Also, you did the disperssion/chromatic aberration in Blender or is it a post proccess?
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    Thanks! Well Blender is what I use now. Yes, Chromatic abberration and dof is applied in post.

    Another render, the last one was too plain.


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