Mind = blown.
I'm pretty sure these are the most beautiful "photos" of the moon I have ever seen. Masterful!!
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Hi rivera-b, I am no caustics expert either. BUT I would expect that in real life, there would probably be no caustics in your night scene, as caustics happen when a strong light source (=sun) hits the pool from above, causing caustics on the pool walls and floor by interacting with the ripples of t...
Hi Alejandro, just guessing here as I have no time to try it myself: Try setting up multiple planes for each grass patch, each one "standing" on the ground (=a green plane). In Blender, there is an Array modifier to do this easily or a particle system, surely Skindigo does have sth comparable... Goo...
What I love about that apart from the beautiful image: The fact that you invent scenarios that, despite using state of the art technology, feel as tedious as did 3D feel during its beginnings (commercially) in the early '80s. So hardware developers invent technologies that are like 100 or 1000 times...
- Mon Jan 21, 2019 8:46 am
- Forum: Blender
- Topic: Request: Texture Rotation/Scale
- Replies: 1
- Views: 1416
Hi vasco, bubs explained this a while ago - just change both "1" in the texture panel to your needs to scale a texture. No idea on how to rotate, although I bet it's possible somehow... Hi Sytza, If the object the texture is painted on in SketchUp is a group or Component, you will probably have to e...
Hi Zalevskiy, I did this render once and tried different apertures and f-stops to get the desired effect - not exactly what you wanted yet but 100% Indigo output (just sligthly denoised). Perhaps just start experimenting?
- Sun Aug 05, 2018 9:13 am
- Forum: Finished Artwork
- Topic: Small Commercial Building
- Replies: 6
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Very nice! The perspective really highlights the special architecture. Cool render, I also like the use of plants, which is just subtle enough to not be too pronounced. As you also asked for critic: You could pay more attention to the transition between materials. Usually, there are small gaps, some...
Hi, I think V4 is pretty cool, too! I am not sure qhat you mean by the term "project file", as Indigo can save a scene with all the settings, including light layers. To save the render progress, you can save your image as an .igi file, and resume it later on (don't forget to save the scene as well!)...