Dragon and Wizard 2 (IDL Lighting)

Poser Fantasy posted on Apr 21, 2010
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This is identical in every aspect as the image 1 except I used the Indirect Lighting option turned on. I used the maz auto settings here as well. This took about 18 1/2 hours to render. Yikes! I have not tried lesser auto settings yet. I know the time will be dramatically reduced with less raytraces and the quality of the render may not even suffer much. I find the results pleasing yet subjective. The softer shadows can work very well, but this image may look better with harder shadows, being a night scene. A different light set up could change things too. I am still learning the best type of lighting to use in Poser, any version, but like the results best from IBL and HDRI. In this instance the time was not worth the result for me, especially when compared to the Vue 7i version.

Comments (8)


mistressotdark 2:19PM | Wed, 21 April 2010

that is a long render time..but cool image!


eekdog 5:54PM | Wed, 21 April 2010

great job, well worth the wait..


Carlazzo 6:02PM | Wed, 21 April 2010

What a marvelous and astonishing work of art. Stunning!


mgtcs 7:24PM | Wed, 21 April 2010

It's really impressive how the lighting, camera position and render quality change the image! Excellent!


BIGBEAR1965 8:31PM | Wed, 21 April 2010

cool scene, looks great, but man thats a long render time!


adrie 4:55PM | Thu, 22 April 2010

Another fabulous piece of artwork love this one to.


psyoshida 6:36PM | Thu, 22 April 2010

Very impressive. There really is quite a difference, but the mood changes. Hard to decide. Both look great.


kasalin 8:04AM | Sun, 25 April 2010

Excellent !!! Wonderful informations and image. Well done :) 5* Hugs Karin :)

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