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Re: OctaneBench Competition, Matej's entry

Postby gordonrobb » Fri Sep 27, 2013 11:07 am

gordonrobb Fri Sep 27, 2013 11:07 am
Looks great. REgarding the focus.

I think for the map to appear in focus in the glass, you need to focus on the map. The assumption your making about the photo you showed as an example is that the flower in the glasss, is the same distance as the ones in the background. But if you look carefully, you can see just behind the persons hand and the glass, that they flower is a lot closer, and is in focus as well.
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Re: OctaneBench Competition, Matej's entry

Postby matej » Fri Sep 27, 2013 12:42 pm

matej Fri Sep 27, 2013 12:42 pm
kubicki3d wrote:Well Matej, that's truly impressive. Even if it takes a tiny little bit too long to render, it's a marvellous effect that counts. Huge work done. Congrats mate!


Thank you very much! I rendered it on a 570, so it would take less on a 580/680, I'm guessing something like 1:15 ? It's not very noisy, so it could be rendered to less samples too.

@gordonrobb, yeah, you are pretty much right. :) The person on the photo is holding the flower and the glass together.

Here's a test. Top render is without glass, the focus is on the checker plane (somewhere there - the lens mesh is blocking the picking tool and its a bit hard to set it manually (idea: if a surface has a portal material it should be ignored for picking)).
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Re: OctaneBench Competition, Matej's entry

Postby matej » Sun Sep 29, 2013 9:44 am

matej Sun Sep 29, 2013 9:44 am
I've done some minor corrections to materials, now it renders slightly faster than before. The scene below was rendered for 1:19 (230 samples) on a GTX 570, which should be 1:00 or less on a 580. The whole zipped package with all resources embedded is 15.1 MB

finalrender.jpg


Also, I've modified some of the materials from this scene for generic usage and uploaded them to the liveDB.
materials.jpg


* Non-Organic -> Metal -> METAL_Brass
* Organic -> Wood -> WOOD_Plywood
* Non-Organic -> Cloth -> FAB_Velvet-1a

The input parameters of the materials should be more or less self-explanatory
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Re: OctaneBench Competition, Matej's entry

Postby eidy » Sun Sep 29, 2013 9:56 am

eidy Sun Sep 29, 2013 9:56 am
That 's great !
Those materials look really beautiful ;)

One small correction though: velvet is made from silk, and silk is obtain either from plants or larvas. So velvet should be enlisted in the organic category, in my opinion :)

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Re: OctaneBench Competition, Matej's entry

Postby matej » Sun Sep 29, 2013 10:12 am

matej Sun Sep 29, 2013 10:12 am
eidy wrote:That 's great !
Those materials look really beautiful ;)

One small correction though: velvet is made from silk, and silk is obtain either from plants or larvas. So velvet should be enlisted in the organic category, in my opinion :)


Thanks! Yes, but those categories are pre-defined, so I had no choice but put it in the "cloth" category. :) A cloth/fabric category fits more into an "organic" parent category, yes.
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