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-niels-
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Message 11 of 83 (79 Views)

Re: Friday Pics

10-20-2006 01:56 AM in reply to: Andrew77
here's that same cup of tea with those ambient lighting settings from the recent topic...
( http://discussion.autodesk.com/thread.jspa?threadID=514097 )
Proves that it doesn't work that well for everything...

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*Andrew Pawelski
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Re: Friday Pics

10-20-2006 04:04 AM in reply to: Andrew77
Thanks and yes the materials were applied in 3ds max.

Andrew

wrote in message news:5368543@discussion.autodesk.com...
Nice work and fine result!
Question - Materials and textures for surfaces of details you appointed in
the 3dMax?
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Message 13 of 83 (79 Views)

Re: Friday Pics

10-20-2006 04:18 AM in reply to: Andrew77
Hey andrew, would you humor me and render my cup of tea if i post the files?

Your pictures look really great and now i'm wondering how 3dMax would handle the refraction... :smileyhappy:

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*Andrew Pawelski
Message 14 of 83 (79 Views)

Re: Friday Pics

10-20-2006 04:22 AM in reply to: Andrew77
Sure... that should only take a few minutes.

<-Niels-> wrote in message news:5368672@discussion.autodesk.com...
Hey andrew, would you humor me and render my cup of tea if i post the files?

Your pictures look really great and now i'm wondering how 3dMax would handle
the refraction... :smileyhappy:
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R.Corriveau
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Message 15 of 83 (79 Views)

Re: Friday Pics

10-20-2006 04:36 AM in reply to: Andrew77
In your lighting style was shadow quality set to high?
Did you render with High antialiasing?
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Message 16 of 83 (79 Views)

Re: Friday Pics

10-20-2006 04:44 AM in reply to: Andrew77
I changed the setting to what was said in that topic.
But to also answer your questions, yes shadow quality was high as was the antialiasing...
Quite a difference huh?

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Message 17 of 83 (79 Views)

Re: Friday Pics

10-20-2006 04:51 AM in reply to: Andrew77
Cool, here are the files :smileyhappy:
It contains the mug, the tea, the spoon and the assembly of them all.

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*Andrew Pawelski
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Re: Friday Pics

10-20-2006 06:25 AM in reply to: Andrew77
Niels,

Here's one image.
*Andrew Pawelski
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Re: Friday Pics

10-20-2006 06:25 AM in reply to: Andrew77
...and here's the spoon in a scene with Caustics.
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Re: Friday Pics

10-20-2006 06:32 AM in reply to: Andrew77
Wow, very nice... the glass looks very real. (the rest too :smileytongue: )
3dMax renders very nice, they should make it part of the inventor series :smileytongue:

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