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Now a mix of the two renders of my Eagle
I used my free version of ability Photopaint 2000 to join the 500 lightdome and single shadow source together, just by merging them as layers and playing with the blending tools. Not sure if the output looks correct but it does seem more “there” than the standard single source render and a little less studio than the 500 lightdome render.
I guess I’ll have to experiment more.






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Posted: 2012/11/23 8:44  Updated: 2012/11/23 8:44
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Joined: 2004/4/3
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 Re: Now a mix of the two renders of my Eagle
Now, more passes are needed for different things...
one is the light pass, where you only render the different lights on/in the shuttle
if you do them in separate passes you can use your "Photoshop/Gimp" to mix them exactly right afterwards :D

There is much to be done here and Lahl and Clae are doing nice work in this area... much to be learned...

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Lahl
Posted: 2012/11/24 0:07  Updated: 2012/11/24 0:07
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 Re: Now a mix of the two renders of my Eagle
yes, experiment more, that's really the best way to get the hang of multipass rendering, but looking good so far


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