Carrara Community Art Gallery - Show us your Renders!!!

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  • magaremotomagaremoto Posts: 1,226
    edited January 11

    thx, I'd like to shoot down a bunch of zombies here and there :)

    I would remark the average render time, 25 seconds/frame

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  • DiomedeDiomede Posts: 15,086

    magaremoto said:

    thx, I'd like to shoot down a bunch of zombies here and there :)

    I would remark the average render time, 25 seconds/frame

    Could be a good set for the Sharks and the Jets if they remake Westside Story.  yes

  • magaremotomagaremoto Posts: 1,226

    we have a plenty of inspiring artists here @daz who can make our dreams come true smiley

  • KhoeKhoe Posts: 294
    edited January 15

    After many more attempts, the initial forest finally became a picture. Other trees were added and not so good ones were taken out. At first I had big problems adding the fog. There were always white edges, which was ultimately caused by the ambient light as soon as the trees had soft transitions.
    that is the result

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  • Steve KSteve K Posts: 3,196

    Khoe said:

    After many more attempts, the initial forest finally became a picture. Other trees were added and not so good ones were taken out. At first I had big problems adding the fog. There were always white edges, which was ultimately caused by the ambient light as soon as the trees had soft transitions.
    that is the result

    Very cool.  That is the kind of landscape that I buy VUE for (and pay a subscription - don't tell anybody).  An exampls in this short animation, about ten seconds starting at ~0:36:

  • KhoeKhoe Posts: 294

    Steve K said:

    Khoe said:

    After many more attempts, the initial forest finally became a picture. Other trees were added and not so good ones were taken out. At first I had big problems adding the fog. There were always white edges, which was ultimately caused by the ambient light as soon as the trees had soft transitions.
    that is the result

    Very cool.  That is the kind of landscape that I buy VUE for (and pay a subscription - don't tell anybody).  An exampls in this short animation, about ten seconds starting at ~0:36:

    What does that tell us ;) Carrara can do far more than a lot thinks is possible.
    I still think that many people who once bought Carrara simply didn't use the potential.
      With a little more practice you can do such landscapes very well,
    I'll try it when I get the chance. also a small camera movement but I have to practice a lot first :) 

  • Steve KSteve K Posts: 3,196

    Khoe said:

    What does that tell us ;) Carrara can do far more than a lot thinks is possible.
    I still think that many people who once bought Carrara simply didn't use the potential.
      With a little more practice you can do such landscapes very well,
    I'll try it when I get the chance. also a small camera movement but I have to practice a lot first :) 

    Agreed.  The Carrara products from Howie Farkes are a good example, and I have most of them.  Similarly, a major reason I like VUE is the availability of products from a favorite vendor in VUE format.  Being lazy, I prefer to let a talented creator do the hard work (at very reasonable prices, $10 +/-).  blush  The landscape in the video above is one of those products.  That vendor has since switched to Blender, but I have many of his products for VUE.  

  • KhoeKhoe Posts: 294

    Steve K said:

    Khoe said:

    What does that tell us ;) Carrara can do far more than a lot thinks is possible.
    I still think that many people who once bought Carrara simply didn't use the potential.
      With a little more practice you can do such landscapes very well,
    I'll try it when I get the chance. also a small camera movement but I have to practice a lot first :) 

    Agreed.  The Carrara products from Howie Farkes are a good example, and I have most of them.  Similarly, a major reason I like VUE is the availability of products from a favorite vendor in VUE format.  Being lazy, I prefer to let a talented creator do the hard work (at very reasonable prices, $10 +/-).  blush  The landscape in the video above is one of those products.  That vendor has since switched to Blender, but I have many of his products for VUE.  

    You can create a landscape like this in a very short time, you just have to get some trees as a texture first (they're available for free on Texture.com) or use Ki to make it white ;) Once you have the idea, you can create a landscape very quickly Create in the editor, then immediately paint the places where the trees should go, save the texture on the landscape, activate the replicator and assign the painted texture and throw in the tree bilboards, play a little more with the size and quantity and you're done, it takes less than 30 minutes with practice.
    I also thought Vue was great, but when the subscription models came out it became too expensive for me. Vue and Carrara were the same for some time when it came to landscape. Then development at Carrara stopped. Unfortunately. It looks like I'll have to decide where to go at some point. 

  • DiomedeDiomede Posts: 15,086

    Khoe said:

    After many more attempts, the initial forest finally became a picture. Other trees were added and not so good ones were taken out. At first I had big problems adding the fog. There were always white edges, which was ultimately caused by the ambient light as soon as the trees had soft transitions.
    that is the result

    Looks fantastic.  I always like how you use mist, haze, and fog to give your landscapes a sense of depth.  Excellent.

  • Steve KSteve K Posts: 3,196

    Khoe said:

    You can create a landscape like this in a very short time, you just have to get some trees as a texture first (they're available for free on Texture.com) or use Ki to make it white ;) Once you have the idea, you can create a landscape very quickly Create in the editor, then immediately paint the places where the trees should go, save the texture on the landscape, activate the replicator and assign the painted texture and throw in the tree bilboards, play a little more with the size and quantity and you're done, it takes less than 30 minutes with practice.
    I also thought Vue was great, but when the subscription models came out it became too expensive for me. Vue and Carrara were the same for some time when it came to landscape. Then development at Carrara stopped. Unfortunately. It looks like I'll have to decide where to go at some point. 

    Sounds like good advice, thanks.  

  • KhoeKhoe Posts: 294

    @Steve
    @ Diomede 
    Thanks for Comments :) 

     

  • FettbemmeFettbemme Posts: 131
    edited January 30

    timetravel device

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  • WendyLuvsCatzWendyLuvsCatz Posts: 37,942

    Fettbemme, nice and welcome yes

  • Bunyip02Bunyip02 Posts: 7,832

    WendyLuvsCatz said:

    Fettbemme, nice and welcome yes

    +1yes

  • KhoeKhoe Posts: 294
    edited January 30

    During the tests to get better textures in the close-up area, I created an image straight away.
    You never stop learning. The information here in the forum keeps things going. Thanks to everyone, you helped a lot.



     

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  • FettbemmeFettbemme Posts: 131

    Khoe said:

    During the tests to get better textures in the close-up area, I created an image straight away.
    You never stop learning. The information here in the forum keeps things going. Thanks to everyone, you helped a lot.

    nice

  • FettbemmeFettbemme Posts: 131
    edited January 30

    port ocean

    using Cityblocks (Stonemason)

     

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  • KhoeKhoe Posts: 294

    Fettbemme said:

    port ocean

    using Cityblocks (Stonemason)

     

     nice Work
    oder wie wir sagen einfach aber gut ? schön das ein Deutschsprachiger dabei ist.

     

  • FettbemmeFettbemme Posts: 131

    Khoe said:

    Fettbemme said:

    port ocean

    using Cityblocks (Stonemason)

     

     

     nice Work
    oder wie wir sagen einfach aber gut ? schön das ein Deutschsprachiger dabei ist.

    Ja, wir halten zusammen smiley

    Ich komme aus Halle

  • therixxtherixx Posts: 91
    edited January 30

    These German guys make quite good renders! :-)
    My rusty German allowed me to more or less understand what you two said.
    And thank you for the time travel device @fettbemme, I see you attached the Carrara scene. Is it for study or may we use the model as well?

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  • FettbemmeFettbemme Posts: 131

    therixx said:

    These German guys make quite good renders! :-)
    My rusty German allowed me to more or less understand what you two said.
    And thank you for the time travel device @fettbemme, I see you attached the Carrara scene. Is it for study or may we use the model as well?

    Please do. I'm curious what you guys do with it. But make a reset button. You know, when get lost in time and all that (I forgotten all about it, Sorry.)smiley

  • FettbemmeFettbemme Posts: 131

    MOON-44

    for some reason only old volumetric clouds work

     

  • Bunyip02Bunyip02 Posts: 7,832

    Fettbemme said:

    MOON-44

    for some reason only old volumetric clouds work

    Nice !!!

  • KhoeKhoe Posts: 294

    Fettbemme said:

    MOON-44

    for some reason only old volumetric clouds work

     

    Nice Work :)

     

  • DiomedeDiomede Posts: 15,086

    Great work, Fettbeme and Khoe!  Beautiful worldscapes.

  • therixxtherixx Posts: 91

    Fettbemme said:

    therixx said:

    These German guys make quite good renders! :-)
    My rusty German allowed me to more or less understand what you two said.
    And thank you for the time travel device @fettbemme, I see you attached the Carrara scene. Is it for study or may we use the model as well?

    Please do. I'm curious what you guys do with it. But make a reset button. You know, when get lost in time and all that (I forgotten all about it, Sorry.)smiley

    Of course! That's always the first thing to do in these cases! :-) 

  • FettbemmeFettbemme Posts: 131

    therixx said:

    Fettbemme said:

    therixx said:

    These German guys make quite good renders! :-)
    My rusty German allowed me to more or less understand what you two said.
    And thank you for the time travel device @fettbemme, I see you attached the Carrara scene. Is it for study or may we use the model as well?

    Please do. I'm curious what you guys do with it. But make a reset button. You know, when get lost in time and all that (I forgotten all about it, Sorry.)smiley

    Of course! That's always the first thing to do in these cases! :-) 

    yeah, I... well, it's way too difficult for me, so I let others do that pushbutton :)

  • DiomedeDiomede Posts: 15,086

    Fun with an old Howie Farkes set.  For the Legacy event.

  • Steve KSteve K Posts: 3,196

    Diomede said:

    Fun with an old Howie Farkes set.  For the Legacy event.

    Very good.  Long live Howie.  Carrara can do great landscapes.  yes

  • KhoeKhoe Posts: 294

    Diomede said:

    Fun with an old Howie Farkes set.  For the Legacy event.

     

    i like this :)

     

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