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  1. rmulley

    Example Images

    Haha, I was scrolling up and saw the Renderzone image first and was thinking... meh, that's a bit naff. LOL Vray one looks a million times better... nice job!
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    Example Images

    I like the sound of this. I'm going to see if I can figure out... I may come back with some questions. In the mean time, here's an example image I did lately....
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    Candy Bar Modeled with Subdivision

    k, ignore me.... you actually have to right click on an existing vertical line to get a horizontal sequence
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    Candy Bar Modeled with Subdivision

    FZNoob, I seem to be stumbling a bit here. When I "Insert Sequence" it give me a horizontal control and vertical control... Before & After....
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    sub D help

    Amazing!
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    Vray Sunlight

    Ahhhh, the blue filter, that's what it needed! Thanks so much.
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    sub D help

    Ah man!.... you're a legend! Thanks so much!
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    Vray Sunlight

    So I absolutely LOVE Vray.... I'm still using the trial and will absolutely pay for the full version. I'm really happy with the early results I'm seeing but one thing I just cannot get my head around is the sunlight and how it interacts with the environment controls particularly the background and Sky overrides. If someone could ELI5 on those that would be cool. My main issue right now is having this predominantly white interior looking rather orange because of the sunlight coming through the windows. I've turned the Ozone up and Turbidity down and messed around with a whole bunch of controls. The sun is fairly high in the sky too. You can see the different with the sun on and off.... what am I missing ?
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    sub D help

    That would be great if you could. Unfortunately thats the best image of the wrapper... I just picked that brand as I share a co-working space with them and wanted to do it up as a test project. I'll check out your other tutorial though. Appreciate the time and effort!
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    sub D help

    Tech, I tried your way of doing this but ended up with some funky geometry in the corners...
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    sub D help

    Would your way of modelling differ from Tech's ? I'm always up for learning how people do things if you don't mind posting
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    sub D help

    Funny this came up today. I was delving into sub-d's today to and was having problems with this shape... How do you blend a soft shape like the centre bar of this bar with the hard edge parts of the ends of the wrapper ? Peanut butter wrapper.tif
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    Little Help in Vray

    The problem with having the background though is when I lay them up in a presentation sheet I have to do some cropping whereas when I have a pure white background with Renderzone I could just use the render on a Multiply layer in Photoshop. I'm happy with the early results though, I flipped that Blundstone render to the client I originally did it for and he was pretty impressed!
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    Little Help in Vray

    Andrew, Thanks again for the input. I have played around with it since I made that post and ended up just setting up a virtual studio and was pretty happy with the results so far. Here's a few examples... you seem to know a thing or 2 about things so any feedback is welcome.
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    Little Help in Vray

    So I just upgraded to FormZ 8 so I could start playing around with Vray. The videos are a bit lacking though in what I want to do. The example of the Barcelona chair is the kind of renderings style I use for retail displays I design... plain white floor and background with soft shadows underneath. I've attached a sample from Renderzone. This has been my go to setup for years and want to re-create it in Vray. Whats the best way to get this look ? Should I use an infinite ground plane ? How do I set the background to pure white ? My attempts to change the background to white don't seem to work Should I set it up as a recreation of a real work photo studio (There seems to be a lot of these demoed using 3DStudio & Vray) Any input would be greatly appreciated!
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