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Chair poster rendering
Beginner here.. I'm trying to render a scene using vray. Can anyone help me to recreate the floor in the photo? I've been tinkering for quite a while now and cant seem to get it right. Also, what type of lighting do you think it is?
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5/26/2016 10:03:32 AM (last edit: 5/26/2016 10:03:32 AM)
Since the floor is highly reflective the environment is going to play a big roll in how the floor looks.
You have one half in a predominantly black environment and one in a white.
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5/26/2016 2:01:09 PM (last edit: 5/26/2016 2:03:57 PM)
Just had a go at trying to recreate this.. Only took about 10 mins (already had the chair model)
Simple vray plane light on one side, vray physical camera (shutter speed was set at 100, film speed 200)
I've attached my floor settings below.
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5/26/2016 3:07:18 PM (last edit: 5/26/2016 3:07:18 PM)
Thanks that helped!!
Also, to avoid the image being visibly pixelated, what is the best option besides increasing output size that makes the image fit for a sharp A3 poster?
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5/27/2016 2:07:07 PM (last edit: 5/27/2016 2:07:07 PM)
The only way is to increase render size output. For A3 you need to render it at 3508 x 4961 pixels.
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5/27/2016 2:57:11 PM (last edit: 5/27/2016 2:57:11 PM)
Vray's good...but it's not that good...a pixel is a pixel.
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5/27/2016 3:13:54 PM (last edit: 5/27/2016 3:14:17 PM)
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