Tuscany Dawn by RGUS ()
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I think Stonemasons textures need a little more tweaking in Octane... they don't stand up too well compared to other environment merchants... but then... it's hard to make one product do it for all.
Anyways... thanks for calling in.
Image Comments (22)
N8Dreams () 2:46AM | Wed, 20 August 2014
What item of Stinemason is this? Some years ago, I have had a discussion with SM, I complained his way of creating his items: mostly in one block. Placing cameras turns out mostly difficult. But he didnt listen to me, so I stopped buying his items. However, you did a great job with this picture.
Yes I agree... Stefan has lost the plot a bit and tried to protect his product so nothing can be done sensibly with it without using 3D-Max or something like that. Merchants like Jack Tomalin over at DAZ do a far better job and quiet honestly a far better product. Like you, I will be supporting merchants that support the majority of rendering machines... I really don't want to learn Max just to render an SM pack.
Mondwin () 5:29AM | Wed, 20 August 2014
Great scene my friend!!!!!Bravissimo!V:DDD.Hugsxx Whylma.Agree with NBDreams
Black-Carrie () 7:24AM | Wed, 20 August 2014
Fantastic image! But buy the right environments by Tomalin and you get the same problems :((
bebopdlx () 9:45AM | Wed, 20 August 2014
Nice work, I do think the mats, in this case, match the lighting.
RogM () 3:29AM | Thu, 21 August 2014
Lovely Italian renaissance scene. As an artist painting murals in London 15 years ago , these are the sort of stone textures that I got asked to re-create frequently. Probably not quite so dirty though, as people wanted to feel that the Trompe l'oeil in their house was old but not decrepit. -) Great work , as ever.