Sorted out alot of old work and came back to my camera for about the 4th time or something, instead of throwing it away I'm making a case studie of it and needed some renders without materials (Clay renders). Usually it's enough to put some AO on the model or just render it with GI turned on with a white sky but I like to play around with lights to make it look a little more pretty.
I'm Currently rendering new images of the camera aswell since I updated my major softwares and workstation a few days ago and everything is running smooth as h**l so far.
*Happy Bacon Face*
Huge one attached as allways.
2 months ago
Beautiful !!! Very well executed! crazy details!
Dem clay. Shits cray!
Happy Bacon Face with eggs as eyes.
@Andrea Cau That sounds inspiring!
Just Awesome Work...
@Lukas Bugla E P I C
Really nice! Looks perfect ! What did you use ?
@Lukas Bugla Yes!
@Lukas Bugla Bwahahaha I want that...really :)
@Dorin Vancea Thanks man! This is just the normal render in Cinema4d with some AO and heavy Post. The actuall renders is rendered with Vray.
Awesome work mate.
@Mikael Eidenberg Just made for lunch. I SWEAR!
@Mikael Eidenberg What color mapping did you use, is it exponential or reinhard if you dont mind answering? This model is fantastic i am a big fan of you work man and the details you put into.
@Andrea Cau nice! I'm gonna make that in the weekend now.
@Mikael Eidenberg Mr. Bacon you just took an amazing decision.
@Michael Zenaty nothing in this one, its all in the material here and no GI etc. Thanks for the compliment, I love details!
In vray I use:
Burn value: 0-0.3
gamma 2.2 (of course)
I don't mind sharing settings at all, could write down all the render settings if you need it.
Thanks a lot @Mikael Eidenberg for taking the time to answer. made me laugh > gamma 2.2 (of course)
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