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3DSetting Off To Worlds Unknown

TralfazTralfaz292 Posts: 812Member
edited November 2015 in Finished Work #1
I am planning a project using my Jupiter 2 from Lost In Space and the robot. Did a not-so-quick render of the flight deck and a short video.

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  • evil_genius_180evil_genius_1801842 Posts: 9,995Member
    Nice animation, bro. The still render looks nice too. :)

    I'll bet that glass added quite a bit to the render time.
  • wasp88wasp88172 Posts: 0Member
    Very nice. I've been investigating GPU rendering software, thus I haven't posted anything new with my work.

    I've been looking at Octane, Vray for C4D, Arnold, and FurryBall RT. From what I've seen so far, Octane may be the best choice for the single workstation, i7-860 CPU. What is your experience with renderers?
  • trekkitrekki399 Posts: 992Member
    Hi Al,
    very nice animation I hope there's more.
    best regards
  • TralfazTralfaz292 Posts: 812Member
    Thanks for the kind words folks.

    Wasp88, I am using the built-in renderer with C4D. I am on the waiting list for Pixar's Renderman when it becomes available for C4D. Using the built-in renderer, that scene took just over 3 hours to render. Partly due to the glass, but also because I had the anti-aliasing cranked way up (8x8 minimum and 16x16 maximum) along with ambient occlusion turned on.
  • WizWiz28 Posts: 0Member
    Oh the calamity! ;) love it mate :)
  • MatrixWorkzMatrixWorkz171 Posts: 4Member
    Nice, wish the video was longer and had the robot moving about in it. :thumb:
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