infinity10 9:06AM Mon, 30 December 2013
Do we need to modify IDL and irradiance caching settings, if using Poser Pro 2014 ? Just wondering...
camoka 5:19AM Sat, 07 September 2013
OMG!.. THIS METHOD IS INCREDIBLE. YOU'RE GREAT!..
catador4255 10:00PM Tue, 04 May 2010
Great tip. I had tried all kinds of cartoon shadings and settings, but let me tell you, I never tried the Diffuse IBL light. You can't imagine how grateful I am. You rock!!!
zerodin 8:56AM Thu, 21 May 2009
I don't get it. I'm following your steps verbatim, and it doesn't look like that.
altec101 3:56PM Thu, 29 January 2009
Thankyou excellent tut!
Talisman 8:59AM Wed, 14 January 2009
You can also manipulate the cartoon rendered image further by changing the light probe image and it's coloration/tinting...that will have a noticeable effect on the final render as well.
Valentin3D 3:05AM Wed, 14 January 2009
Thank you very much, great job, excellent tutorial !!!
Lufwyr73 10:14PM Sat, 27 December 2008
Can't Find Diffuse IBL setting, does it work with Poser5?
ruby_dragon 5:57PM Wed, 10 December 2008
Incredible!!! :D I can't wait to try this! Thanks for such a wonderful tutorial! You've done a great job explaining, and your results are sensational! :) Thanks so much for sharing! *hugs*
midnight_stories 3:08PM Tue, 09 December 2008
Now that's what I call thinking outside the box, I might give this a go myself, Hey if you do a sketch render and overlay it on a multiply layer you'll get the toon edges. Great tutorial!!!
Jydekris 9:25AM Tue, 09 December 2008
Amazing discovery! I'm currently working on a musical video that is cell shaded but using 3ds max9. The technique is very time consuming and with multiple parameters to adjust i just might be at risk of not meeting the deadline. But urs is not that stressful since it has to do wit lights. I really wish i could find a short-cut for cell shading in 3ds max. Thanx for sharing.
Namnlosen 1:28PM Mon, 08 December 2008
Is this method effective for rendering nighttime images as well as ones using different light colours, such as red lighting or green lighting?
gibby.g 1:30PM Fri, 05 December 2008
Very interesting and well explained tutorial. Thanks!
digitani 9:57AM Sat, 15 November 2008
Thanks for making this into a tutorial, DWM! I'm glad you found this out. I love your results!
underdog 6:41PM Thu, 06 November 2008
I can't tell you how long I have been looking for a good way to do cartoon rendering in Poser. I have been using Poser since waiting for the 1.0 release to finally go on sale. I have always wanted to have good "cartoon style" rendering. I have used all sorts of different Photoshop Actions over the years trying to get good cell shading. None have been very satisfactory. I have used the "z-flatten" strategy as a python script, which works pretty well but is cumbersome. I have messed with the sketch rendering method, but never found a magic setting that gave good results. I have used MANY other methods over the years that I have since even forgotten! So, THANK YOU, DWM, for a *terrific* and yet SIMPLE method that seems to have very good results from my tests so far! ===underdog===
Gini 6:10AM Wed, 05 November 2008
Thanks for this !
Suucat 7:32PM Tue, 04 November 2008
Great tutorial, thanks ^^