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Veranda Nights

aureagle
Member Since Jun 5, 2009
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This was the toughest render that I've done so far, the aim was to lit-up the whole scene with the fire lights (torches).

So, it's fabiana's girl you're looking at. The place is my project in progress that I call Project Veranda.

All the time of the render, I had Fabiana in my mind who is my inspiration in lighting, hope she likes it and hope you like it too!

The render time was 9 hours 42 minutes and 5 seconds which is my most time-consuming render so far, and as always, I did not do any postwork!

Previous Render of this girl and place can be seen here
Production Credits
fabiana - Character
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Uploaded
November 7, 2009
Gallery
3D Studio Max
Genre
Atmosphere/Mood
Size
485 kB
Dimensions
1200x1600

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Nov 7, 2009 10:52:16 am
I think the lighting from above reflects on her well. excellent pose and dress too. You must have a slow pc. my renders never take long.

by XoxoTree Homepage »

Nov 7, 2009 11:29:11 am
No it's not slow AhL... the scene was very complex... as we increase the lights the render becomes complex exponentially and there are 73 working lights in this scene. So this scene is very complex!

If you render only fractals then fractals are simple for example lets say there are 5 or 10 formulas working each formula has say 20 propositions and you render a picture of 1200x1600 and if one solution takes 1 micro second then your whole render is done in 1200 x 1600 x 20 x 10 micro seconds which makes 384,000,000 micro seconds i.e. 384 million micro seconds which is 384 seconds.

whereas in a 3d system for a same computer, each light source emits say 100,000 light rays and each ray is raytraced 6 times and when 73 lights are raytraced for a 1200x1600 picture the whole picture takes approximately 73 x 1200 x 1600 x 6 x 100,000 which makes 84,096,000,000,000 micro seconds which makes 84 trillion microseconds or 84 million seconds... so compare 157 seconds with 84 million seconds, I hope you'll get your answer! :)

This is very crude calculation by the way, it's the ideal calculation but actually the complexity is much more...

by aureagle Homepage »

Nov 7, 2009 11:32:01 am
Very nice job !

by atlas7 Online Now!   Homepage »

Nov 7, 2009 11:35:47 am
9 hours !!!!!!! I think you ca reduce this time !!!

by Anthanasius Homepage »

Nov 7, 2009 11:38:13 am
Worth the time :)....splendid job....Not sure what V of Poser you use
but for something like this Poser Pro is worth its weight Queue render and
render overnight while tucked up in bed snoring...lol

by ssteph Homepage »

Nov 7, 2009 11:48:30 am
Thanks ssteph! :)

by aureagle Homepage »

Nov 7, 2009 12:12:32 pm
Terrific scene and lighting

by mmax.ch Homepage »

Nov 7, 2009 12:50:14 pm
Ah,ha, when I was commenting here, you put the lights on in your veranda,
your right, now it's earlier dark outside - Lol!
Your image looks very charming, have a great evening,
hug's Ute

by UteBigSmile Homepage »

Nov 7, 2009 12:56:15 pm
Thanks Ute!

by aureagle Homepage »

Nov 7, 2009 1:03:54 pm
Credo sia stata un'impresa titanica anche per un'ottimo computer : il render 3D e' un vero massacro . ma ne valeba la pena , visto il risultato ! Illumnazione perfetta! Complimenti !
I think it was an enormous task even for a very good computer: 3D render and a real massacre. but valeba punishment, seeing the result! Perfect enlightenment! Congratulations

by mariogiannecchini Homepage »

Nov 7, 2009 1:28:32 pm
Thanks a lot mario! Your great work and words are precious gems for me!

by aureagle Homepage »

Nov 7, 2009 3:59:47 pm
Beautiful girl and wonderful setting! Love it! ..jeez, you lost me when you named the first number.. math! AWRGH!

by callad Homepage »

Nov 7, 2009 4:17:14 pm
Science!!!

by aureagle Homepage »

Nov 7, 2009 5:01:32 pm
Beautiful lighting - excellent image!

by PhilW Homepage »

Nov 7, 2009 5:51:26 pm
This is a perfect lighting, she's gorgeous my friend!

by mgtcs Homepage »

Nov 7, 2009 6:03:00 pm
reality work........nice pic

by abdooo Homepage »

Nov 7, 2009 7:07:22 pm
Wonderful render she looks great in this.. Well done you certainly are getting the hang of things now, the lighting is great.. Top job...
Render time also changes depending where you use Raytraced or Deep Shadow Map in Daz Studio anyway I've used both and there is a big difference in time fro 20 hrs to matter of minutes.. lol..

by bazza Homepage »

Nov 8, 2009 3:34:31 am
I like the lighting setup - very ambitious. Did you use a self illuminating material for the torches? or point lights? Are you using Vray or Mental Ray? Nine hours seems quite a bit, and yes the render engine can and will calculate the render as you say, but there are a lot of ways you can "fudge" the render engine to give an almost identical render to a full blown top quality render that your eyes would have a hard time picking the difference.

by crucho Homepage »

Nov 8, 2009 4:35:07 am
Nice work - especially the lighting on the model.
Impressive setting and great feeling of depth.

by A_Sunbeam Homepage »

Nov 8, 2009 4:49:13 am
Very well done.

by ragouc Homepage »

Nov 8, 2009 5:41:02 am
She is lovely I like the dress too and the pattern.

:)

by tennesseecowgirl Homepage »

Nov 8, 2009 1:04:24 pm
Excellent!!!!

by crender Homepage »

Nov 8, 2009 3:54:29 pm
Excellent

by anitalee Homepage »

Nov 9, 2009 1:58:07 am
That is a stunning image, and no postwork?
I am envious!
Love it to bits... well done!!

by theseus88bc Homepage »

Nov 9, 2009 3:45:05 am
the light came out fantastic and you did great modelling work, love it! most of all I like how you placed the 'normal' looking beautiful girl in this grand environment. very intriguing

by Thetis Homepage »

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