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    Purveyor of Free Models R.Feeney's Avatar
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    A glass of Mmmmm

    I don't post on here all that much, but I have been knocking around for quite a while.


    I thought it was time I posted some of my work.
    Lw 9.3.1, HDR + luminous polys for light and of course Dielectric material for the glass
    I would love to hear your comments and critiques
    I`ll just head back over to my lurking corner now.
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    ummm wow...
    thats really, really good. You are therefore banned from lurking and forced to post work daily as well as tutorials, scene files, objects, textures and a direct usb port into your brain! (or FW800 if compatible)

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    I sware I have seen this before, do you have a DeviantArt account by any chance?

    Great work.

    EDIT: Ah, yes, I found your DeviantArt account and that is where I saw it, you dont seem to use it much though. :P
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    great work !

    How did you fill that glass ? Hardfx ?
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    Blindsided - the lurking will probably continue I`m afraid, but you could find a couple of annotated wire-frame pics over in this album
    There are a couple of very basic tutorials over in this group that I put together, Very very basic

    Eagleeyed - You are well named..well spotted

    Bytehawk - Hardfx it nearly broke my brain though

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    Nice render, what was the render time (and machine)?

    How did you get that caustics? Or did you fake it?

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    id swear it was just a picture! great stuff.



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    Nice work! I really like it.

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    COBRASoft - I cant recall the exact time it took I`m afraid but I think it was in the region of 2 hours on a pentium D 3ghz with 2 gb ram. that was at 1280x960 rez. You could probably have shortened the render time considerably but that would have taken longer than just rendering at the higher settings.
    There was a low powered area light for the caustics and to help a little with the contact shadows, which i had forgotten until you asked.

    greeb1957 - that has to be one of the best things you could say about a render like this, Cheers

    Ztreem - Thanks

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    Very nicely crafted image. Well done
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    OK, lurking period over, any more renders you would like to share.

    Ron

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    love it

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    like cool

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    hi there.
    I love this image, it looks really cool.
    You said you used hardFX that almost fired your bran....WHY?

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