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    Quote Originally Posted by JurajTalcik View Post
    Beautiful Giona ! At the same time, I am sad, because I have similiar stuff in cuff :- D Btw, 10 hours for that (fullHD) is quite good time. Mind sharing what SL you put in per frame ?
    Thank you! Every frame reached only 9 SL. I choose to stay low because after some test I noticed that for this timelapse the render was good enough at 9 sl.

    Quote Originally Posted by stebehan View Post
    the timelapse is very beautiful! I also like the cobwebs a lot. I think glass is the right start maybe some sss? and playing with the index of refraction? I found a web material on maxwell render recources. Dont know how good it is, but it may serve as a starting point

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    Thanks for sharing the cobweb material! I'll test it soon

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    hi Giona,

    i really like your abstract detail shots!
    looking reat!

    kind regards!
    Lasse

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    those abstract b/w shots are indeed very nice: "less is more"

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    Quote Originally Posted by lasse1309 View Post
    hi Giona,

    i really like your abstract detail shots!
    looking reat!

    kind regards!
    Lasse

    Thanks Lasse! I'm really glad you like them

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    I've almost finished to work on this view. But I can't decide if it's better the black&white or the colour version..
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    Those are looking really good!

    Personally I like the color version better (but only by a little) - it's almost desaturated so you get a lot of the simplicity of the b&w, but just enough color to add some interest.

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    First page updated with final and extra images!
    Also the short timelapse video is finished

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    I really like the pure photografic style of your pictures, very nice

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