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Small living room

This is my first Thea scene beside the small test so don't be too critic ;)

Original image 2400px with relight (6 light sources) No postproduction, just resize for the low res. ones

Day:
daysmall.jpg

Full version: http://www.motivacg.com/temporal/thea/day.jpg

Night:
nightsoftlightsmall.jpg

Full version: http://www.motivacg.com/temporal/thea/nightsoftlight.jpg

Night + camera flash:
flashsmall.jpg

Full version: http://www.motivacg.com/temporal/thea/flash.jpg


I also will record a small video too ;)
 
I will repeat again ! There are something in the illumination of Thea, that makes it look so real.. I never saw realistic illumination like that. People say about biased and unbiased.. work-flow..and that is fantastic nice.. but I am really amazed with the realism.


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The rendertime was 20h. long but still less than in other unbiased render engine that I used before ;-)

You must understand that you need clean the whole render by each emitter, if you are planning to have all switched on maybe 4 should be enough, anyway I'll try a simply sky configuration.

The video: www.motivacg.com/temporal/thea/salonvideo.avi
 
victor said:
The rendertime was 20h. long but still less than in other unbiased render engine that I used before ;-)

You must understand that you need clean the whole render by each emitter, if you are planning to have all switched on maybe 4 should be enough, anyway I'll try a simply sky configuration.

The video: http://www.motivacg.com/temporal/thea/salonvideo.avi


Hi Victor,

can you tell us which type of pc have you used for your renders, please?

Thanks

Alberto
 
Garcia said:
victor said:
The rendertime was 20h. long but still less than in other unbiased render engine that I used before ;-)

You must understand that you need clean the whole render by each emitter, if you are planning to have all switched on maybe 4 should be enough, anyway I'll try a simply sky configuration.

The video: http://www.motivacg.com/temporal/thea/salonvideo.avi


Hi Victor,

can you tell us which type of pc have you used for your renders, please?

Thanks

Alberto

Single CPU Core2 Quad 3.0

Don't be afraid of the rendertime Thea (at least for me) is one of the fastest unbiased renders I've tried, anyway I'll try a more common illumination in the same scene :)

Edit: all the images and the video comes from a single render with relight so 20h is the time for the complete 'pack'
 
victor said:
Don't be afraid of the rendertime Thea (at least for me) is one of the fastest unbiased renders I've tried, anyway I'll try a more common illumination in the same scene :)

I'm finding this too, unbiased is fast and biased is fast, specially depth of field :)
 
Hmmm?

There are so many factors that could effect render times in a scene like this so 20hrs could be fast or slow? And given the noise that still exists that 20 hrs could end up at 40, as unbiased renders generally take longer to clean at later sampling levels!

Is there a back wall behind the camera, ie is it a closed volume? This is a major factor!
 
When I look on reflections, I do get a impression that there is a window(s) with curtains behind the camera (similar to the right side).
 
Behind the camera is a small empty room (without door) with a big apperture.

We have Fryrender and Maxwel 1.7 here.

A pair of test of 1 hour maybe a bit more time could be needed but I think that 1 hour is fine for speed test.

One with only physical sun+sky (original 2400px)

1hskysunsmall.jpg



Other with my common workflow (emitters on the window).

1hemittersmall.jpg



The same (I didn't like the color scheme i get :oops: ) with only a basic filter of RealCamera applied.

1hemittersmallpost.jpg
 
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