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Friday Pics

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07-09-2010 06:20 AM

Starting it off for this week...

 

Rendered in IV Studio 2011 at 1024 x 768  size, 300DPI Resolution, Four Color lighting with an extra local light, Reflective XY Ground Plane.

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Re: Friday Pics

07-09-2010 06:45 AM in reply to: Dennis_Jeffrey

I think the render is a bit dark, but it's a cool model.

Makes me wish i had something nice to render again, but alas... no time for that atm.


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Re: Friday Pics

07-09-2010 08:17 AM in reply to: Dennis_Jeffrey

Here is a grain loop I am working on, just a screen shot for a manual.

 

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Re: Friday Pics

07-09-2010 09:01 AM in reply to: Dennis_Jeffrey

Something I drew up years ago but just found it again and rendered a few weeks ago.

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Re: Friday Pics

07-09-2010 11:06 AM in reply to: Dennis_Jeffrey

engine looks cool, how long did it take to render?

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Re: Friday Pics

07-09-2010 11:07 AM in reply to: vamolino

anyone have cool animations? i have to upload some more

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Re: Friday Pics

07-09-2010 12:06 PM in reply to: Dennis_Jeffrey

Something I did a couple of years ago, re-rendered

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Re: Friday Pics

07-09-2010 07:04 PM in reply to: vamolino

vamolino wrote:

engine looks cool, how long did it take to render?


About 40 seconds at 300dpi @1024x768, under 2 minutes at 300dpi@ 4096x3072 resolution. hardware specs below:

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Re: Friday Pics

07-10-2010 04:33 PM in reply to: Dennis_Jeffrey

do you have a single or 2 quad cores amd?

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07-10-2010 08:47 PM in reply to: vamolino

Single CPU, dual core. Additional cores don't give you any more speed.

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