Pinterest style.

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artattak
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Pinterest style.

Post by artattak » Fri Dec 09, 2016 4:42 pm

Pinterest style.
Visualization in a vertical orientation.
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Asticles
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Re: Pinterest style.

Post by Asticles » Sat Dec 10, 2016 2:05 pm

Amazing works!

A pity the noisy screen of the first image, but impressive images!

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Re: Pinterest style.

Post by Janusz Biela » Sat Dec 10, 2016 2:31 pm

He use only QMC rendering like me.
This is pretty easy now:
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...and good hardware, minimum 2700 pts in Cinebench R15

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Re: Pinterest style.

Post by artattak » Sun Dec 11, 2016 6:39 pm

I agree with Janusz.
These settings eliminate a lot of errors that occur in the FG.
The ideal global shadows without errors. There are no problems with the contact shadows addition lumi panels with high luminosity values do not cause errors.
Important hopefully eliminate errors in reflection to give accurisity limit of 10-20%.
Unfortunately, rendering to these settings requires a powerful computer.
Average time renderu on a computer with a score of 4700 pts in Cinebench R15 continues at a resolution of 2600x1733 px 10-15min.
The fastest i7 processors are the result of 1600 pts which equals approximately one hour.

Kray is very flexible and can render previews even i7 in 1-2 minutes.
I encourage you to experiment.
Everything comes easily sucks.

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Re: Pinterest style.

Post by thomas » Mon Dec 12, 2016 11:55 am

Amazing work, as always!

Also, as you know, I always give one point of critique, no matter how good the work is, to advance even more! So here it is:

The iMac immediately catches my attention, telling me that the image is CGI, because:
1) The base of the iMac should be matte aluminium, not chrome
2) The Apple logo is missing
3) The black screen has very sharp reflections in real life, not blurred.

I'm sure you are aware of this yourself, and it's probably more because of time constraints. Either way, congratulations on the amazing work!

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Re: Pinterest style.

Post by thomas » Mon Dec 12, 2016 11:59 am

Hi Janusz,

Are these the QuickLWF and Tonemap Blending parameters you suggest for all images?

Best,
Thomas

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Re: Pinterest style.

Post by Janusz Biela » Mon Dec 12, 2016 12:49 pm

Generally it should be ONLY LWF gamma in renders. But without real time post processing (especially without clip white/dark, contrast, exposure, burn out) this is difficult.
I use this for all renders.



If you want try to use ONLY LWF gamma, setup this
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Both gamma must be the same. You can change gamma for example: 2.2.

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