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Comic book rendering?
Anyone know ways to achieve a 'comic book' look in renderings?
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6/3/2016 1:47:01 AM (last edit: 6/3/2016 1:47:01 AM)
Mental ray's ink 'n paint is a good plug n' play option.
There are tutorials for cell shading (don't have any bookmarked), you can use a stepped falloff map to get the non-smooth gradients. For the black outlines you can use a noise map with black for both output slots. It's kinda fiddly to get these balanced correctly but not too hard either.
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6/3/2016 1:56:46 AM (last edit: 6/3/2016 1:57:12 AM)
I'll certainly look into that. Thanks for the direction! Here's another approach, but it's dirt-simple.
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6/3/2016 2:05:40 AM (last edit: 6/3/2016 2:05:40 AM)
I found a video on youtube called "Paths of Hate". It's a ~6 minute video of two fighter planes in ww2, rendered in a comic-book visual style. There's an AO pass, a bounce-light pass, and a ink pass. Composited, it looks very nice.
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6/5/2016 2:28:13 AM (last edit: 6/5/2016 2:28:13 AM)
Making-of presentation for "Paths of Hate". The clouds he made are amazingly beautiful! :)
I think they used V-Ray and V-Ray Toon. But you can use Ink n' Paint material in Max, with both Scanline and mental ray. Or you can use the mental ray Contour Shaders.
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6/5/2016 2:44:48 PM (last edit: 6/5/2016 2:47:16 PM)
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