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Old 26 October 2014, 19:51   #41
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Yep, I know his work. Really great. As he stated some of his images are recreations of Amiga ads, which are pretty much like the originals.
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Old 26 October 2014, 23:06   #42
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Outstanding renders all round!
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Old 27 October 2014, 04:07   #43
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I thought I could share some renderings I have done with LightWave/Octane.
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Hi!
Incredible, the images are beautiful.
Just a detail, check the screws of A3000.
http://www.bigbookofamigahardware.co...3000_4_big.jpg
BYE! and excelent job!.
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Old 27 October 2014, 13:19   #44
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You need Octane (PBR) for LW to see what I have done. But as it is a PBR-engine the lighting isn't so complicated like in the native LW-engine.
Ah, I've heard of Octane. Never really had a reason to purchase it as I don't use Lightwave enough. Do you set up lighting in Lightwave first? Or all in Octane?

Any chance you have modelling videos from within Lightwave? Always interesting to see how other users do things.
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Old 27 October 2014, 21:03   #45
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All the renders are mad, most of them look photorealistic. Simply amazing. I haven't done any rendering in Lightwave or Octane, but have dabbled around with POV-Ray. My stuff is nowhere near your league.
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Old 27 October 2014, 22:57   #46
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Ah, I've heard of Octane. Never really had a reason to purchase it as I don't use Lightwave enough. Do you set up lighting in Lightwave first? Or all in Octane?

Any chance you have modelling videos from within Lightwave? Always interesting to see how other users do things.
Lighting and Material is set up in LightWave, but with Octane specific nodes for the Octane renderer. Otherwise there is no info which Octane could compute.

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Hi!
Incredible, the images are beautiful.
Just a detail, check the screws of A3000.
http://www.bigbookofamigahardware.co...3000_4_big.jpg
BYE! and excelent job!.
Thx Yep, I will change the screws. But on my machine there were this screws. And I think they weren't exchanged by the previous owner.

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All the renders are mad, most of them look photorealistic. Simply amazing. I haven't done any rendering in Lightwave or Octane, but have dabbled around with POV-Ray. My stuff is nowhere near your league.
Thx Well, I don't think you could achieve this kind of output with POV-Ray as it is only a Raytracer and Octane is based upon PBR (Physically Based Rendering).
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Old 28 October 2014, 06:25   #47
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WOW...
Your work is absolutely astounding!
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Old 04 November 2014, 01:21   #48
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I've been playing around with photogrammetry... but I def prefer your version.

They tend to look like a xenomorph from alien died on them, all blotchy.
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Old 08 November 2014, 14:26   #49
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Another one. Amiga 3000 with Commodore 1930 Monitor.
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Insane.... excellent work again!
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Old 08 November 2014, 15:16   #51
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Yep, and it fits well resized 800x600.
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Old 10 November 2014, 08:15   #52
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just wow... almost thought these were real photos!
 
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Great. Now we need an animated video version.
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Old 16 November 2014, 17:18   #55
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After seeing all the renders with calm and detail I am shocked. It is amazing the realism of the textures. They look absolutely like a real Amiga.

Awesome job.
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Old 16 November 2014, 21:47   #56
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Top notch renderings! The attention to detail really shows
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Old 17 November 2014, 13:57   #57
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Great. Now we need an animated video version.
Animation is rendering right now
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Old 18 November 2014, 00:59   #58
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Ok, here is the video:

https://vimeo.com/112114823
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Old 18 November 2014, 01:35   #59
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Nice. You know the question... Why the "real ones" go slower, like without gravity?
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Nice. You know the question... Why the "real ones" go slower, like without gravity?
I made a mistake with FPS of the Image Sequence, but I didn't wanted to rerender ... oO
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