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|This is a first attempt at trying to fake an underwayer shot using Mojo Pro 3.1 which has no underwater camera. 2 Plant species as in the Pro installation Library. 2 Fish meshes from http://toucan.web.infoseek.co.jp/3DCG/3ds/FishModelsE.html
I think Volumetrics maybe better but at the cost of longer rendertimes!!
Rendered at AA6 GD 6 FULL shadows in approx 1 hr. Sharpening, colour management, framing & text in Ulead PhotoImpact.
Crits welcomed. TFV&C
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Lovely underwater scene. Realistic looking and beautiful. Great POV too. Like we're swimming above the fishes. Nice!
Beautiful scene. excellent work!!
Nice look, very convincing.
great underwaterscene, agree about vol. (look at my planet Dali, not intended as underwater but read the comments ;) )
Beautiful scene Woz! Well done!
Wow! This is very original and convincing. Well done!
Looks good to me...
Beautiful composition! Great render!
Excellent composition, fabulous aquatic mood!
wow!!!! You certainly achieved that look. Excellent!
Looks really good Woz. Volumetrics could give some nice rays but render times would increase yes.
Nice scene. Excellent lighting! Great work.
Very nicely done.
beautifully Done!, You should put together a tutorial on to do underwater scenes.
A difficult concept to tackle in MJW.....I think you're right mate, volumetrics might give better lighting (beams)...but you've done a good job on this one anyway....Nice one!
Realistic image, very good.
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