Design of classic kitchen

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pavoda
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Design of classic kitchen

Post by pavoda » Tue Jan 10, 2017 4:43 am

Older project, now rendered by Indigo.
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Oscar J
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Re: Design of classic kitchen

Post by Oscar J » Tue Jan 10, 2017 5:00 am

Nice! I like the sunlight a lot. Well detailed, very clean. What render mode, render time etc? :)

The roof draws a lot of attention being the most saturated part of the image. I think some more post pro could take this even further.

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Re: Design of classic kitchen

Post by Zalevskiy » Tue Jan 10, 2017 5:23 am

Very good rendering 8)

What kind of lighting you have applied? HDR or very bright lights / area?

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Re: Design of classic kitchen

Post by pavoda » Tue Jan 10, 2017 6:11 am

thank you for opinions :)

This scene was illuminated only by standard indigo sun light. Big window is behind camera and there is pretty much sun.
The sun is a much over saturated in drop place, but I can´t set the more diffused sun.
It seems, setting of the sun a little limited if GPU rendering used. (Use captured simluation no effect etc.)

Some parameters.

Rendered by indigo RT
Render mode is GPU path tracing (GTX 960)
render time 8 hours,
reach 4 000 SPP, speed 2750k samples/s.,
resolution 2800x1750,
Camera agfapan-apx-025D, D65,
No exit portals (GPU)

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Re: Design of classic kitchen

Post by Oscar J » Tue Jan 10, 2017 6:41 am

I would try disabling GPU mode when changing the sun settings, and then re-enable GPU. For some reason sun+sky settings aren't updated when you try to change them in realtime in GPU mode. Regarding the sharpness of your sun:

* It looks really good when it's oversaturated like that IMO. :)

* If you want softer lighting I would really recommend using HDR lighting instead. Check Peter Guthrie's and Vizpeople's stuff.

Interesting to see a interior GPU render, though judging from your render time it's not that optimised for interiors yet.

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Re: Design of classic kitchen

Post by Pixelflix » Thu Jan 12, 2017 4:27 am

Great picture! I am a fan of your accurate use of materials. Keep it up! :D

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Re: Design of classic kitchen

Post by lycium » Sun Feb 26, 2017 4:55 am

Lovely clean work, great job!

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Re: Design of classic kitchen

Post by pavoda » Mon Feb 27, 2017 1:05 am

Thanks, it pleased me :)

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