Discussion in 'Showroom' started by Rogue, Mar 3, 2017.
First Corona render engine test.
Still working on the shadows, but this will be implemented into a new showroom display scene.
GTP models after I smoothed out the fender wells.
Very nice work.....
My GT500 model rendered with Keyshot software. An older version of the model just for testing.
It looks to me that it is short for some reason. Also looks like it could be from 3d coat.
I'd sure like to learn how you smooth out the wheel radius's, I can get to the point of having the poly dots on the wireframe, just don't know how to add more of them.
That gt500 is old. Keyshot also has backplates for outdoor, indoor and studio render scenes.
Cool...never heard of that program before.
This is what Keyshot is capable of doing. There is also a similar 3ds max plugin called Octane.
I have not gone far into it yet, but man is it fun to play with.
All you need is your model in .obj or .3ds format to start playing around. I prefer .obj formats for crisper models inthe scenes.
The smooth modifier is what I used to do the fenders.
Nascar Camaro-studio w.i.p. Not all materials set yet.
Updated drone cam view.
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