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Victoria 6 - Octane Standalone

Postby DOrdiales » Mon Aug 11, 2014 9:52 pm

DOrdiales Mon Aug 11, 2014 9:52 pm
Hello everyone,
Sorry for my English. These are renders I'm doing with DAZ's model Victoria 6, in the Standalone version of Octane.

Working Methodology
DAZ
1. I created a scene with Victoria 6 and several panels that I will use as lights in Octane.
2. I exported the scene to .obj file (with associated image maps).
OCTANE
1. I imported the .obj file and saved the scene in Octane (.ocs file).
2. I deleted the default Octane's materials associated with DAZ's surfaces.
3. For the skin I created a mix material, consisting of:
3.1. A difuse material, to which I have assigned DAZ's textures in properties difuse and bump.
3.2. A specular material, to which I have assigned DAZ's textures in properties transmission and bump. The colors for the reflection and scattering properties, I have copied from Tonysculptor's Skin R20 material.

Greetings

Victoria01.png

Victoria02.png

Victoria03.png

Victoria04.png

Victoria05.png

Victoria06.png

Victoria07.png

Victoria08.png

Victoria09.png

Victoria10.png

Victoria09.png

Victoria10.png

Victoria11.png

Victoria12.png
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Re: Victoria 6 - Octane Standalone

Postby Stevenyang0430 » Sat Aug 16, 2014 8:27 am

Stevenyang0430 Sat Aug 16, 2014 8:27 am
Wow this is absolutely amazing!
Could you be a little specific about the setting on material (like the bump map strength for the skin)


Thanks a lot
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Re: Victoria 6 - Octane Standalone

Postby DOrdiales » Sat Aug 16, 2014 7:38 pm

DOrdiales Sat Aug 16, 2014 7:38 pm
Stevenyang0430 wrote:Wow this is absolutely amazing!
Could you be a little specific about the setting on material (like the bump map strength for the skin)


Thanks a lot
Steven


Thank you Steven.

First of all, I use three panels to create light.

Render - Tutorial00.png


Then I'm working with groups of surfaces. For example for the group of the face, therea are 3 surfaces: nostrils, lips and face.

1. I associate a Mix Material (for now, Amount = 1.000, to work only with the first material).

Scene - Tutorial01.png
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Render - Tutorial01.png


2. First material.Diffuse:
-Propertie diffuse = RyBelle_face.jpg
-Propertie bump = RyBelle_faceBU.jpg

Scene - Tutorial02.png
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Render - Tutorial02.png


I change now the value of Amount to 0.000, for working with the second material.

3. Second material. Specular:
-Propertie reflection = 0.540,0.580,0.650 (value copied from Tonysculptor's material)
-Propertie transmission = RyBelle_face.jpg
-Propertie bump = RyBelle_faceBU.jpg
-Propertie roughness = 0.250
-Propertie absortion = 0.100,0,0
-Propertie scattering = 0.230,0.370,0.600 (value copied from Tonysculptor's material)

Scene - Tutorial03.png

Render - Tutorial03.png


4. I change now the value of Amount to 0.400, to blend both materials:

Render - Tutorial04.png


5. Now, I repeat the same for the following groups of surfaces:
-Group 01: head, neck, hips, torso, nipples and ears: RyBelle_torso.jpg and RyBelle_torsoBU.jpg.
-Group 02: legs, hands, shoulders, forearms, feet, toenails and fingernails: RyBelle_limbs.jpg and RyBelle_limbsBU.jpg.

In these last groups, I only associate the texture with bump to the Specular material, assigning a value of 0.500 to the power texture property.

Scene - Tutorial05.png

Render - Tutorial05.png


6. I use the default settings for hair and mouth:
-Surfaces: gums, teeth, tongue and the map innerMouth => Material Diffuse => Propertie diffuse = RyBelle_mouth.jpg.

Render - Tutorial06.png


7. For the eyes, I use the following settings:

-Surface: eyelashes => Material difuse => Propertie opacity = RyBelle_lashes.jpg
-Surface: eyeReflection and Tear => Material Clear Cornea (Live DB Material)
-Surface: cornea => Material difuse => Propertie opacity = RyBelle_correfl01.jpg
-Surface: lacrimals, pupils, iris and sclera => Material difuse => Propertie diffuse = RyBelle_eyes01.jpg

Scene - Tutorial07.png

Render - Tutorial07.png


That's all!
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Re: Victoria 6 - Octane Standalone

Postby Tugpsx » Sat Aug 16, 2014 10:00 pm

Tugpsx Sat Aug 16, 2014 10:00 pm
Great job. Thanks for sharing your techniques.
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Re: Victoria 6 - Octane Standalone

Postby raul_pier » Sun Aug 17, 2014 1:25 am

raul_pier Sun Aug 17, 2014 1:25 am
WOW, this is great.!!!!
Thank you for Sharing it... gracias.
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Re: Victoria 6 - Octane Standalone

Postby Stevenyang0430 » Sun Aug 17, 2014 6:48 am

Stevenyang0430 Sun Aug 17, 2014 6:48 am
Thank you so much!
Now I can finally get to somewhere near your renders!
I'm still trying to adjust the lighting to approach a better realism (I didn't use the panels)
Is there a daylight in this render?
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Re: Victoria 6 - Octane Standalone

Postby hibingo » Sun Aug 17, 2014 2:03 pm

hibingo Sun Aug 17, 2014 2:03 pm
Can you share your settings for daz export and octane import scaling? I still get a very dark skin tone and I think it has to do with the scale settings I'm using for both export and import.
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Re: Victoria 6 - Octane Standalone

Postby DOrdiales » Sun Aug 17, 2014 5:24 pm

DOrdiales Sun Aug 17, 2014 5:24 pm
Stevenyang0430 wrote:Thank you so much!
Now I can finally get to somewhere near your renders!
I'm still trying to adjust the lighting to approach a better realism (I didn't use the panels)
Is there a daylight in this render?
Steven


Steven, I use the default light product.

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And, I use 3 panel as white light emitters: 1 frontal and 2 backs. I change power settings according to the scene.

I also play with the exposure value in Camera Imager.

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Re: Victoria 6 - Octane Standalone

Postby DOrdiales » Sun Aug 17, 2014 5:32 pm

DOrdiales Sun Aug 17, 2014 5:32 pm
hibingo wrote:Can you share your settings for daz export and octane import scaling? I still get a very dark skin tone and I think it has to do with the scale settings I'm using for both export and import.


DAZ Export

Export.png


Octane Import (default values)

Import.png


Try to vary the exposure value to brighten the picture.
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Re: Victoria 6 - Octane Standalone

Postby hibingo » Mon Aug 18, 2014 10:52 am

hibingo Mon Aug 18, 2014 10:52 am
Thanks so much for the info. I'd been importing as centimeters and it was throwing everything off. If I used enough light to get good results on the skin everything else in the scene would be washed out.

Kudos to you for your efforts and kind replies! :D :D :D
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