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tesla r volumetric render

Postby acc24ex » Wed Jul 26, 2017 3:18 pm

acc24ex Wed Jul 26, 2017 3:18 pm
trying to find a balance - first one is slight volumetrics, trying to achieve that particles in the light - but it just looks like fireflies, insanely slow to render and control..
fog is mega pain in the ass, was testing this for a few days, gave up..
- does it look to dark on your machines?

tesla r _volumetrics1.jpg


overblown..
tesla r _volumetrics2.jpg


Photoshop combined both up renders and another one.. well, maybe there a solution, take 10 renders and combine, a few fog values, extra on the ligh.. damn, 3d is not real :)
tesla r _volumetrics PS.jpg
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