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Discussion in 'Digital Artwerk' started by Ski, Apr 2, 2013.
One of my oldies but favorite works...
Rhino 3D and V-Ray renderer
Doing things only hands on glass guys dream of. Very nice
Rhino 3d comes with vray?
How did you get vray? 3d studio max and maya only come with mental ray and iray and you have to tons spend extra for vray.
No, V-Ray is not included in Rhino, but none the less there is a plugin available for Rhino. At the time I was modelling this I signed up for the beta program to get free access to the their latest beta version 1.5, plus it helped out that I was a student. Additionally while I was still in Architecture school at the time, the computer lab also had Rhino and V-ray installed on their computers...
That is stunning Ski.
able to produce this object in real life using those 3d printer things?
You can actually, but with most 3d printers today, you're limited to the size you want and the high cost to print the sucker. If I ever become rich, I do plan on printing this bad boy.
Amazing, would love to see the real thing in the future Ski
V-ray lighting looks so much better the glass materials have better reflections.
to bad you cant print glass on 3d printers yet.
Very cool! I've been looking at the image for a minute now and it still looks like an actual real object to me
Here's a SS of the the basic 3d model itself and some other renders I did when I was bored. Messed around with some subtle reflective black material with depth of field in one image and a carbon fiber material on the other.
Just wanted to say that seriously looks like a real photo.
I was reading too much Ender's Game and Game of Thrones, so for some reason this idea of a Space City came to mind...
Looks crazy cool dude.
Some free lance work I've been working on for a client...
it looks real?! that is amazing.
Earth, Wind, Water.
Very cool dude.
It makes me want to fire up 3dsmax when I get home
how long did the renders take?
Vray is amazing, but on my OC'd Q6600, it could take days to render a scene (depending on quality obviously)
This one only took about 2½ hours, and I'm using 7 year old HP HDX9494NR laptop, so as long as you know how to tweak the settings, you can get really great renderings with little to no hit in quality. The fact that this is a night scene also contributes to the low rendering time, less photons having to be ray traced.
Updated GI and resolution, with added depth of field effect and lily pads to the water for bonus eye candy I guess...
Very cool looking!
Man dude that looks incredible. I love how the final renders turn out looking so great. The web-shapred-figure looks nice. Like a wacky jolly rancher.
can you render that one @ 2560x1440? Mesa want wallpaper!
Thanks How about some 3840x1080 pics! mesa like
I more than likely won't be able to render up to that resolution without my computer exploding, I can up it in Photoshop if you want? You probably won't notice a difference in pixel density. Lemme know...
this looks so damn cool!
Decide to update these to 4k resolution for some of you guys requesting the high res versions so I maxed out the Vray render settings because I got me a new fucking computer and it doesn't take days anymore to get a finished render and did some extra compositing in Photoshop. Be warned they're at least 30-40 megs each, but you want be hard right!
Great work. Way to sacrifice your computer for [H]
Is anyone having trouble seeing the images upload? Apparently they're not showing up anymore? Fuck it, I"ll check in the morning.
I see all but the most recent.
How bout now?