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Old 18 November 2014, 03:21   #61
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Hehe, looks great anyway. Nice video.
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Old 18 November 2014, 11:41   #62
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Very nice work. The textured surface of the A3000 top shield and the depth cueing are very nice.
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Old 18 November 2014, 14:07   #63
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Super nice! I found myself desperatly searching for the 'like' button ;-)
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Old 18 November 2014, 17:49   #64
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Thanks a lot @ all
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Old 18 November 2014, 23:04   #65
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Its Amazing mate!!! How long take you for make one of this incredible cuality render? Thanks for share.
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Old 18 November 2014, 23:09   #66
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Its Amazing mate!!! How long take you for make one of this incredible cuality render? Thanks for share.
Well, on average a monitor, a computer and a full keyboard takes each a day to create. After that the setup of materials, lighting and camera takes another 2 to 6 hrs.

Rendering is quite fast, as I am rendering on 6 GPUs (GK110) with 2880 CUDA Cores per GPU. A rendering at Full HD take somewhat around 75 seconds. There are a lot of images you could render in 15 seconds, but there are other situations where you want to render longer (more samples) to get a better qualitiy, which could lead to 3 minutes per frame.
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Old 18 November 2014, 23:19   #67
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I take it you are a professional 3D artist. These images are just too good! I have Lightwave 11.6 installed on my PC and have played with it a bit but could only dream of doing something like this. Amazing.
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Old 18 November 2014, 23:20   #68
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Thanks , really profesional Tommes , I flip watching the A3000 modeling video, and superb Render Station 6 GPUs waauuuuu hope see more works of your talent . Thanks again for share. All the best.
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Old 19 November 2014, 00:04   #69
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Well, yes I do 3D CGI for a living. Also I started doing 3D on the Amiga even before LightWave and never quit doing it

Next things will be Amiga 3000T and 4000T
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Old 19 November 2014, 18:17   #70
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Just reedited the video. Couldn't live with the different FPS

https://vimeo.com/112114823
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Old 19 November 2014, 18:22   #71
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Hehe, I knew you would. Amazing
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Old 19 November 2014, 22:05   #72
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The first one was good, this is even better. Absolutely brilliant work.
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Old 20 November 2014, 17:54   #73
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@Tommes, you really are an 3D Rendering master. So close to a real photo of all your rendered work. As we say it here in Norway; det er bare å bøye seg i støvet for deg.
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Old 20 November 2014, 18:22   #74
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Just reedited the video. Couldn't live with the different FPS

https://vimeo.com/112114823
Awesome dude.
Nice clip and a nice idea of recreating the juggler.
You are a true raytracing hero....
Made on actual Amiga soft/hardware it would be even better.(I know its a pain in the ass and takes ages to render even in a fast emu.)
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Old 21 November 2014, 00:32   #75
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Awesome dude.
Nice clip and a nice idea of recreating the juggler.
You are a true raytracing hero....
Made on actual Amiga soft/hardware it would be even better.(I know its a pain in the ass and takes ages to render even in a fast emu.)
Agreed is Awesome , But this Real Cuality Renders is near to imposible to do on Classic or Newgen Amiga hardware, he talks abouts 6 GPU station not a toy...

I have set my Note2 wallpaper the A3000 pic and Its Really Cool , thanks again for these great work.
Please continue the good job.regards
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Old 21 November 2014, 05:41   #76
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Thanks for the kind words @ all.

Couldn't do this kind of stuff on a classic Amiga. Even with my actual knowledge about LightWave, the old renderer is nothing compared to the actual one nor Octane.

I tried to convert my Amiga 3000 case to the old LWO format as it wasn't that hires I thought. But it had way too much polys. Btw. kudos to the Babylon 5 makers whom did an awesome job way back with their Amigas
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Old 20 December 2014, 18:44   #77
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Absolutely fantastic work fella.
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Old 20 December 2014, 20:08   #78
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I had to give it a try. I couldn't resist.
No fancy AO or Radiosity stuff but it could be done...
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Old 20 December 2014, 20:52   #79
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Loving the new stuff Please keep'em coming.


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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).

In the right hands POVray can do anything. Looking at the Hall Of Fame over at the POVray website shows exactly that:

http://hof.povray.org/


Some of those images are simply breathtaking.
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Old 20 December 2014, 21:11   #80
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Really impressive stuff.Is there a working editor for POVray 68k? I doubt that all of that cool stuff was done in a command line.
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