TheaRender Test Gallery - isma

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dale
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I haven't commented on your work because quite honestly it leaves me speechless.
But I really do admire your very personal and unique approach, and the solutions you choose, it really sets your rendering apart.
Thanks for the updates and ongoing tips.
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Very nice updates from you Isma, you are very artistic! The balloons are very realistic, did you use SSS?

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ok e great thanks for the link
im gonna try this one
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great grass!
still need to work on the component, but i think these first test look already great.
Need to play with the texture settings as well. Not sure those SSS settings really work.
The mesh doesn't have volume, so i think it doesn't really work properly
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Isma, thanks for the info. This is a great solutions for large grass areas.

Rombout, great stab at that grass. I like the cross section idea. I agree with the SSS maybe not being best, translucency may seem to be the best solution. It might probably prevent that shadowing your getting in the right side of your render. Unless getting the SSS settings just right.
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SSS/medium (and absorption) needs to have a mesh with the volume. Use only translucency for this kind mesh.
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thanks for the compliments

when using a good program
comes naturally

Rombout
excellent result ;)

known mirror effect
that can be improved.

but I believe that putting in the central part
plans cross
and outside the single plane
best effect flowerbed ;)
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Can you post a wire of what you exactly mean. I think I don't completely get it.

I rotated the image a couple degrees and flipped the image on every even image. Think I need to work on the image in ps. Right side is completely straight.
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Did you do postpro on the image.
I think you mean that when instancing in the middle use the cross sections and on the bordes use planes and let them rotate
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