how do you install the scripts from CG SOURCE? where do I pleace the files I downloaded??
Very nice the work with the Particle flow, I wish to learn something more about it. The tutorial is very well eplained.
Thank you all! I´m very happy to get such feedback !
And I echo (again!) Giacomo an MA, Ronen is doing a great work on this website.
Ivo Sucur, the camera ISO is 100.
I echo the sentiments of Giacomo. I only just discovered this website the other day through a link to the competition but I have already discovered a number of useful tutorials and new articles are appearing all the time. Thanks a lot Ronen, and of course to Diego for this making of.
Great stuff Diego, I like the mood and overall composition. Thanks for sharing! One small question - I was wondering, what was the camera sensitivity (ISO) in this case? was it 200? 400?
amazing... light, texture, it's all perfect!
I am not an expert and I have a question - in the wire render the deck is subdivided according what seems the right wood pattern? is this right? did you modeled it?
If it's a script stick it in the scripts folder and if its a .dlm, .dlu or .dlt... then in the plugins folder unless the instructions state otherwise.
Hey Diego, above you mention that if you deselect the shape you will no longer be able to edit the mesh - fortunately that isn't the case. Just thought I'd let you know that if you reselect the floor it created, and click on 'fetch settings' you are then able to adjust the floor again. Hope that helps.
The wood planks were modelled with Floor Generator. You can find the configuration in the making of.
Hi, Diego mentioned this in the article - it is actual geometry automatically created with the help of the Floor Generator Script from CG-Source.
I will post Bertrand's article soon were he addresses the script in great detail
Hi Diego, Hi Ronen,
I just want to thank you for the great job you're doing.
Diego the tutorial is cooool and Ronen you're developing the best VRay resources website available on the net!
Keep on like that!
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