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    I'm not a squirrel! Mitja's Avatar
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    Didn't see this, thanks!
    And thanks to you, and the entire community too, for helping so much and sharing your knowledge!
    Your video tuts are amazing!
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    Awesome!
    May I ask how much PS work went into those renders?
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    Top notch archviz renders. The chair is outstanding. Well done on the newsletter slot.


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    really great renders!!! is it kray or lightwave?

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    Click the first link... He says he uses the free Sunsky plugin with Gi and the standard (radiosity) LW renderer. We need more advanced lighting tuts... I've been trying to achieve that look without much success.

    And yeah, amazing work!

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    Utterly gorgeous work! The highlights in the newsletter are well deserved!

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    Thanks all, really. I don't know if this power artist award means something, but it sure means to me.
    That's something I could only dream about some years ago. Now I have just to hope to find the job of my dreams!
    Now coming to your questions: yes it's "only" LW, no kray or other renderers.
    That images involve quite a lot of post production, but all process takes 5 minutes. So it's quite relative I guess.
    As I always say, no render can give you perfect renders just out of the box, neather vray, nor kray, nor arnold etc. PS is just part of a pipeline, as LW is.
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    Amazing....would definately love to know more about your scenes and gi settings...and lights...hehe
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    Quote Originally Posted by lwanmtr View Post
    Amazing....would definately love to know more about your scenes and gi settings...and lights...hehe
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    Well, settings are really basic. Sunsky, area lights where needed, inverse intensity falloff and GI, that's all.
    What makes the difference is surfacing, and I have to get better at this. I tend to use as simple setups as possible.
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    hm, inverse intensity falloff... need to check that one out a bit more...
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    Yeah, Inverse falloff is something I never quite got...lol.
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    I wanted to say I prefer the inverse distance over the inverse distance^2, this last one is very noisy.
    Even if the correct light model would be ^2... Hope it's better now
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