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Gallery => Amazing Shots => Topic started by: jet1990 on November 14, 2018, 03:40:39 am

Title: Revisited a scene using Keyshot 8
Post by: jet1990 on November 14, 2018, 03:40:39 am
Hi all,

Just got round to downloading the trial version of keyshot 8 having come from using keyshot 6. I'm blown away by the advancements so far so i thought id add a comparison picture of the same image but with some changes in. Image on the bottom has an image style applied to it as well as using the scattering medium to create a "god ray" both images are 750 samples.

thanks
Title: Re: Revisited a scene using Keyshot 8
Post by: Josh3D on November 14, 2018, 12:08:47 pm
Cool. Great to see the comparison!
Title: Re: Revisited a scene using Keyshot 8
Post by: Rex on November 14, 2018, 01:00:55 pm
Very cool indeed!
Title: Re: Revisited a scene using Keyshot 8
Post by: DriesV on November 15, 2018, 01:15:08 am
Great to see how the Photographic Image Style is doing its work here. :)

Dries
Title: Re: Revisited a scene using Keyshot 8
Post by: jordantheperson on November 15, 2018, 09:48:32 am
I just posted this issue in the troubleshooting forum but are you happy with the blotchiness in the ceiling and walls? These are supposed to be smooth flat surfaces, correct?

The "god rays" you have are a bit extreme and make it look like the room has smoke in it. Otherwise, really nice image.
Title: Re: Revisited a scene using Keyshot 8
Post by: TGS808 on November 15, 2018, 12:27:25 pm
The "god rays" you have are a bit extreme and make it look like the room has smoke in it.

Disagree.
Title: Re: Revisited a scene using Keyshot 8
Post by: jet1990 on November 16, 2018, 01:01:32 am
thanks for the feedback guys! I agree the walls and ceilings are a little blotchy. I can think of a way to rectify that. They are a diffuse material with a slight bump added to them. Maybe allowing the render to bake more would rectify this?
Title: Re: Revisited a scene using Keyshot 8
Post by: Will Gibbons on November 16, 2018, 10:49:13 am
Yeah! Sweet to see a side-by-side comparison. The areas that were previously blown out look so much nicer!