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  08 August 2005
I agree with everybody here - Truely amazing work!

Greart shader!

super realistic !
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  08 August 2005
Nice job Dare !
Thanks for the tutorials ! I will test it the day I would have Vray...
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  08 August 2005
Wow.
Nice material and amazing renders.
Have posted link to this on the vray forum
Hope you don't mind

Geoff
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  08 August 2005
Unhappy Confused

It's no good - I'm confused.

1: If the plane is non-renderable, why is it there?
2: If you use no light, why is the light in your screen shot turned on?
3: If the Reflection sphere is non-renderable, why is it there, and how do the reflections work?
4: When adding the Smooth modifier, do you leave it at the default, to get the sharp angles, or do you set Autosmooth?
5: Can you post a simple scene for me to test and compare with what I have - I think I am making things more complicated than they need to be. I am using MAX5, if you are using a later version, can you save a scene as 3DS?

Thanks, and sorry to be a nuisance.

Mark.
 
  08 August 2005
great work man.never saw such realistic ice!
whats the texture on the sphere and plane?!
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  08 August 2005
AMAZING !!! So simple, but soooo real.
 
  08 August 2005
gpepper : thanks, you don't have vray? so your last work is render with vray no?

geoffrey : thanks for the link in vray forum.

funchski : ok....hard to explain in english for me

1-a plane non renderable in proprierty but visible in refraction
2-the omni light the planar
3-the sphere is no renderable..but visible in reflexion
4-smooth at the default...no autosmooth
5-i work with max7 , send me your email...if i have the time, i send you a scene with map.

tinitus : ....the texture is a classic photo with blur...the result is different according to colorimetry

raca : thanks, yes its very simple and speed renderering
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  08 August 2005
hi dareoner
awesome work
could you post the link of your final video
what did you do in shake?
 
  08 August 2005
Randle : for the video,it will be available on http://www.magu-design.com/

i use shake 2.5 for all compositing, colorimetrie, multipass, dof with a z ect ect.
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  08 August 2005
Originally Posted by DAREONER: gpepper : thanks, you don't have vray? so your last work is render with vray no?


No... The last thing I'm working on is rendered with maxwell...
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  08 August 2005
This is perhaps the most realistic render I´ve ever seen....
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  08 August 2005
Wow! Really cant get my head around this not being some super-duper long drawn-out process to get this kind of result.

WHY ISNT THIS FRONTPAGE YET???
 
  08 August 2005
wa! excellent renduuuuu!chapi chapo!

rien a dire! ŕ part ke tu peux mieux faire étant donné les deadlines ke tu as eu.bravo!
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  08 August 2005
Wow...such amazing work! I cant believe that this is 3D! Thanks SO much for making an ice tutorial for this
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  08 August 2005
They make a great desktop. Nice job.
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