Artificial limb of dandelion by oluntsia ()
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All is modelled in Bryce6 only.
DOF, HDR (IBL), no postwork
PS.Imported hdrimage from http://www.accustudio.com - cheeeese!
Image Comments (24)
Well here's the perfect reason for me to try HDRI and use the IBL lab in Bryce. I can not tolerate the long render times because I only have a cheap laptop to render on when I'm busy on the main one. I love this fanciful and expertly crafted image...bravo! One thing though, I love to read a bit of comment with the images. Would have been nice to know about the probe you used and something of the model and placement. Sharing info and all that :)
Thanks to All, It's very pleasant for me, that you liked this pic ;-) Burpee - don't hesitate to try IBL in Bryce - my PC has poor power too. But if you'll set "Quality & HDRI Effect" in IBL just slightly above zero - you'll see the effect and your render time will not so terrible. Moreover - for fast testing IBL in Bryce use low-res hdr images. For example, "gradient blue" or "gradient spectrum" from www.accustudio.com For this pic I've used "bearmtn"-hdri, converted to Bryce-probe format via HDRShop. Quality, intensity & HDRI Effect are about 70%. The dandelion is modelled in Bryce as a lot of elements(terrains, symmetrical lattices, spheres) & textures of natural flower. Best regards!
Artificial limb of dandelion won 2 Golden Tori Awards! Congratulations! You can go to http://www.rosemaryr.com/2008Toris/ToriMain.htm to see the awards page. The logo that you can display on your website for the award is on that page too. It is the small one just under the "Enter" link. Again congratulations on a well-deserved award. We are all very proud of your achievement and what you are doing with Bryce! David Wiles for 10th Golden Tori Awards
David Wiles, Many thanks for such estimation. It is very unexpected and pleasant for me! Really, this scene is very simple. But because of IBL and DOF the render requires very long time. The picture having the size 1024x768, is here http://www.oluntsia.info/LagePics/dandelion_1024x768.jpg.