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This is my first test render of jupiter using an animated 4k texture map I created in PS and animated in AE.
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Quote from Marinello2003 :Thanks!Unfortunately sprites can't do everything and you still need to use regular volumes and volume lights for certain shot elements - and they are very expensive to render.
Quote from Zarathustra :When can we see a clip?
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Quote from Dexters :Where's the video for this? It looks interesting, though it's hard to gauge what's going on without seeing it in motion.btw, your web site triggers a virus warning :(
Message edited by Marinello2003 on 1/29/2013 - 12:46 PM
Quote from 3DSquirrel :This is looking pretty amazing. I love the fact your leveraging sprites and getting those render times down. I'm keen on environment techniques so I'll follow this with interest...great work.
Message edited by Marinello2003 on 1/29/2013 - 12:56 PM
I'm curious about how exactly you achieved that "warp speed" effect of the camera inside the volume. Is this rendered with motion blur and two keyframes? And how did you shade the different colors in the nebula? Multiple colored volumes or a gradient?
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Quote from Modeller_Kage :Wow, this is looking like some immence task, but great work so far!!!Space. I love space. SpacceeeeeePortal 2 Space
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