Ballz on Deck
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Ballz on Deck

By BluesFan63
A Cinema 4D work experimenting with HDRI.It is so
much faster than V-Ray,and the result is almost as
stunning.I just added a sky and played with the shadows
a little to give it a little more pop.I love V-Ray,but
this rendered in 6 minutes!1600 x 1200 300 d.p.i.

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7 years ago
Comment by: D Man
Great work spectaculare. clap Cool
7 years ago
Comment by: sed
I see the reflection in the balls!! So cool
7 years ago
Comment by: killua
Nice Work Happy Congratulation
7 years ago
Comment by: BluesFan63
Thank you!Not very original(spheres on a plane)but I like the reflections
from the HDRI.And like I said,a lot faster in Cinema 4D. Happy Happy
7 years ago
Comment by: Sommerwind
Hello BuesFan, I only know about HDRI in terms of photo editing.
Now, this may seem a stupid question for you, but how exactly did you get the reflections of the building?
Did you build the scene in C4D first, including the building?

Great render anyway, love it! Congratulation Booming love
7 years ago
Comment by: jazzilady
Fantastic! So realistic, great art! clap Booming love
7 years ago
Comment by: BluesFan63
To answer Sommerwind´s question:Your question is not stupid.I remember someone telling me that the only stupid question is the one not asked.Fun.I used this tutorial [LINK]´s 2 spheres wrapped around the scene.One is basically for the HDRI reflection(the building),and the other is for lighting
(the environment).I used GI and Advanced Render with a sky object.The material for the spheres is chrome(default with C4D)and for the plane I used an Arroway texture with bump map and specular color.Very easy to set up and rendered in minutes.Happy
7 years ago
Comment by: BluesFan63
Woops!It seems that the link has It´s on the end which will give a 404 error.Just delete It´s after the forward slash in the address bar and it should work. In fact... [LINK]
Let´s try it again! Happy
7 years ago
Comment by: Sommerwind
Thank you so much for this info and the link, Blues! Congratulation Booming love

Maybe I could try this in Vue, I´ll see! Thank you! Happy
7 years ago
Comment by: BluesFan63
Not a problem.Ummm.What is Vue? Amazed
7 years ago
Comment by: BluesFan63
Not a problem.Ummm.What is Vue? Amazed
7 years ago
Comment by: BluesFan63
Not a problem.Ummm.What is Vue? Amazed
7 years ago
Comment by: BluesFan63
Not a problem.Ummm.What is Vue? Amazed
7 years ago
Comment by: Sommerwind
Vue d´esprit 4, that is what I am using. Actually it´s a landscape generator, but I use it for different stuff also.
You can add 3D objects and all sorts.
Have you seen images by Kenwas here on SB? He is using the latest version of Vue........must be7.5 Infinite or so, and he makes some fantastic images with it. Happy
7 years ago
Comment by: Sommerwind
Stupid me, forgot the link......sorry!

[LINK]
7 years ago
Comment by: adni18
Very beautiful! Congratulation A w a r d


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Category3D
Uptime7 years
Submited:09.06.2009
Resolution:1600x1200

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