It was hot lately by mifdesign ()
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My sis and I swimming in the pool.
Some true caustics, the only light is environment. Not faked with projected lights or maps.
No postwork, never ever. Just a plain render.
Image Comments (25)
FurNose () 11:24PM | Mon, 07 June 2021
Cool render! I suppose the calculation of the caustics have stretched the render time considerably…
Thank you very much, my dear friend. Yes, it took awhile. Simulated hair has also some significant impact, I use my own shaders on it, it looks better, it simulates better but in needs computing resources as well, a bit more.. However, within 2 minutes, it looks decently enough to be uploaded on 1600x900 resolution, on higher resolutions, it takes significantly more, about 20 minutes. And the GPU went hot like nuts, 53 C, it definitely needs to have the dust removed. Yes, I keep them that cool, otherwise, it will run inefficiently and get older accelerated..😊💖💖💖💖💖💖🥰🥰🥰🥰
Richardphotos () 12:04AM | Tue, 08 June 2021
outstanding under water poses and both are very sensual
it was mild here with all the rain we have had, but after sun came out it was quite hot
paul_gormley () 5:21AM | Tue, 08 June 2021
you've certainly got the pool water mastered, a super render and very realistic
JohnnyM () 12:05PM | Tue, 08 June 2021
Excellent underwater effects! You do it so well! Scene looks awesome! :-)
adrie () 1:23PM | Tue, 08 June 2021
Wonderful underwater scene my friend, great job on the poses and hair effects.
RodS () 10:24PM | Tue, 08 June 2021
And it looks like things are even hotter in the pool! The water effects here are just off the scale - most excellent and amazing! I'll bet that did take a while to render. 👍
mifdesign () 11:32AM | Wed, 09 June 2021
More Champagne, then.😊🥂🥂🥂 Thank you for the wonderful words, my dear friend.😊💖💖💖💖💖💖💖🥰🥰🥰🥰🥂🥂
daggerwilldo () 7:15PM | Sat, 12 June 2021
My friend...If I am commenting it is because your art intrigues me. Today though, my comment is a blanket message to all of my wonderful friends here. You see, I recently traveled due to a medical condition and missed most of what you posted this week.
My result is that I have a potentially life ending condition, ... BUT ...There are good chances for a moderate to full recovery. That means many more years of seeing your wonderful art. Please accept my apology for missing this week. Know that I am enjoying my gallery visit today. If you get multiple comments from me today, there is no need to read further.
If for any reason you are experiencing lung problems, feel free to contact me and I will gladly share more detail with you on my experiences.
All My Best ... Dag
mifdesign () 8:29PM | Sat, 12 June 2021
I wish you the very best and get well, my dear friend. Take care of you. Relax and rest, there is plenty of time you comment whenever you wish. I hope you will get better.
Radar_rad-dude () 1:50PM | Tue, 15 June 2021
A most excellent and truly delightful render! Superbly imagined and expertly well delivered! Many kudos and praises from me!!!!
JoeJarrah () 4:20PM | Thu, 17 June 2021
Excellent work, the caustics look great ( I confess to using a primitive gel for most of my underwater scenes, though thy're often so far below the surface that any caustics are purely artistic license!)
mifdesign () 7:24PM | Thu, 17 June 2021
Thank you very much, my dear friend. Your generous words always make me very happy.😊💖💖💖💖💖💖💖🥰🥰🥰🥰
Using gels works also, if they look better, then gel is the option 😊😊😊 Anyway, caustics are not a very easy thing, even gels need sometimes fine tuning.