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Olis
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Ubuntu Studio Wallpaper

Post by Olis » Sun May 24, 2009 11:19 pm

Hello everyone! It has been quite a long time since I posted something here. Mainly because I haven't had that much time and the few things that I have done were posted on DeviantArt instead.

This one took quite some time to render. I think that's because of all the light sources (>1600!) and the glossy transparent material the logo has.

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This is a network render on three quadcore computers. I think I rendered the whole image for about 50 hours and after that I rendered only the region around the logo as it remained noisy much longer than the rest of the image.

I you want the full res image just go here: http://olisstudios.deviantart.com/art/U ... -123521792

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Display took 9.14854 s
Total render time elapsed: 127 h, 12 m, 47 s
Done 255505849936.00000 samples (62379.35789 samples per pixel) 
557912.30932 samples / second (1.79240 micro-seconds / sample)
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Re: Ubuntu Studio Wallpaper

Post by CTZn » Sun May 24, 2009 11:39 pm

It's great Olis !

I'm very interested in the region rendering (see my last posted wip, the chromed, front parts of the couch). Can you give more details on the compositing aspects involved, if any ?
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Re: Ubuntu Studio Wallpaper

Post by PureSpider » Mon May 25, 2009 12:07 am

CTZn wrote:It's great Olis !

I'm very interested in the region rendering (see my last posted wip, the chromed, front parts of the couch). Can you give more details on the compositing aspects involved, if any ?
+1 for both "great" and "region rendering tricks"

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Re: Ubuntu Studio Wallpaper

Post by Olis » Sun May 31, 2009 10:41 pm

CTZn wrote:I'm very interested in the region rendering (see my last posted wip, the chromed, front parts of the couch). Can you give more details on the compositing aspects involved, if any ?
Sorry it took such a long time to respond. I rendered the complete image for about 50h like so:

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Then, I resumed the .igi in this region:

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Later when I put them together, Photoshop centered the region render so I had to put it in place manually. There was also a quite noticeable line where the region render ended. I removed it the eraser tool and a soft brush.
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Re: Ubuntu Studio Wallpaper

Post by CTZn » Wed Jun 10, 2009 8:23 am

I am sorry it took me so long to read, thank you for answering Olis !

I suppose that the region could be patched with a transparent border to avoid such a seam (feather borders, for selections in Photoshop).
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Re: Ubuntu Studio Wallpaper

Post by Olis » Wed Jun 10, 2009 9:07 am

CTZn wrote:I am sorry it took me so long to read, thank you for answering Olis !
No problem at all :wink:
CTZn wrote:I suppose that the region could be patched with a transparent border to avoid such a seam (feather borders, for selections in Photoshop).
That's kind of what I did. I did it with the eraser tool instead.
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Re: Ubuntu Studio Wallpaper

Post by Borgleader » Wed Jun 10, 2009 2:58 pm

I dont know why I havent responded to this thread before now because that piece is just brilliant nice work :)
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