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Offline jet1990

Re: revisited an old scene (+bathroom)
« Reply #30 on: July 24, 2017, 02:29:29 am »
another scene quickly modelled up. Looking forward to what keyshot 7 brings! not too happy with the floor's bump. Its either too high at the left side of the scene or ends up looking too flat on the right side.

Offline jet1990

Re: revisited an old scene (+Mountain kitchen)
« Reply #31 on: July 24, 2017, 04:37:08 am »
slight variation on the floor

Offline asspaula

Re: revisited an old scene (+Mountain kitchen)
« Reply #32 on: July 24, 2017, 06:57:59 am »
excellent job
Excellent work I'm impressed with your result
I'm learning how to manipulate keyshot now
Could you make available to the scene for study?
Grateful for the attention

Offline Josh3D

Re: revisited an old scene (+Mountain kitchen)
« Reply #33 on: July 24, 2017, 09:40:37 am »
Love that wood on the island. Well done!

Offline jet1990

Re: revisited an old scene (+Mountain kitchen)
« Reply #34 on: July 25, 2017, 04:58:09 am »
Love that wood on the island. Well done!

thanks Josh

Offline jet1990

Re: revisited an old scene (+Mountain kitchen)
« Reply #35 on: July 25, 2017, 04:58:37 am »
slightly different colour pallet

Offline Will Gibbons

Re: revisited an old scene (+Mountain kitchen)
« Reply #36 on: July 25, 2017, 06:16:30 am »
I like the color choice, but the island and some of your surfaces look so shiny and reflective, it's quite confusing. What material are you using and what is the IoR value set to? Just curious.

Offline jet1990

Re: revisited an old scene (+Mountain kitchen)
« Reply #37 on: July 25, 2017, 06:51:35 am »
I like the color choice, but the island and some of your surfaces look so shiny and reflective, it's quite confusing. What material are you using and what is the IoR value set to? Just curious.

I was going for a high gloss finish on the grey cabinets and island ( the roughness is set to 0 and 1.5 for IoR - the material type is a paint material)

the wooden top is an advance material with a roughness of 0.05 and IoR of 1.5

any suggestions as to enhancing them but still retaining the "high gloss" look?

Offline nicordf

Re: revisited an old scene (+Mountain kitchen)
« Reply #38 on: July 25, 2017, 07:03:20 am »
I gotta say I´m really impressed with all your scenes! Could you share your computer specs? or are you using network rendering for them?

Offline jet1990

Re: revisited an old scene (+Mountain kitchen)
« Reply #39 on: July 25, 2017, 07:19:06 am »
I gotta say I´m really impressed with all your scenes! Could you share your computer specs? or are you using network rendering for them?

thank you! computer specs are as follows:
intel i7 6700k @ 4.00 GHz
32gb RAM
GPU - quadro m4000

I've never used the network rendering feature. I simply set my CPU usage to 75% - 6 cores  and let it render using max time ( usually between 1.5-3 hours)

Offline nicordf

Re: revisited an old scene (+Mountain kitchen)
« Reply #40 on: July 25, 2017, 07:33:12 am »

I gotta say I´m really impressed with all your scenes! Could you share your computer specs? or are you using network rendering for them?

thank you! computer specs are as follows:
intel i7 6700k @ 4.00 GHz
32gb RAM
GPU - quadro m4000

I've never used the network rendering feature. I simply set my CPU usage to 75% - 6 cores  and let it render using max time ( usually between 1.5-3 hours)


Damn, my 8 gb of RAM are getting so outdated :(, I´ll have to invest in a new computer it seems

Offline Will Gibbons

Re: revisited an old scene (+Mountain kitchen)
« Reply #41 on: July 26, 2017, 06:53:20 am »

I gotta say I´m really impressed with all your scenes! Could you share your computer specs? or are you using network rendering for them?

thank you! computer specs are as follows:
intel i7 6700k @ 4.00 GHz
32gb RAM
GPU - quadro m4000

I've never used the network rendering feature. I simply set my CPU usage to 75% - 6 cores  and let it render using max time ( usually between 1.5-3 hours)


Damn, my 8 gb of RAM are getting so outdated :(, I´ll have to invest in a new computer it seems

FWIW, RAM isn't going to help KS performance, and unless you've had issues loading heavy scenes, the chip (CPU) will make the difference.

Offline Will Gibbons

Re: revisited an old scene (+Mountain kitchen)
« Reply #42 on: July 26, 2017, 07:02:04 am »
I like the color choice, but the island and some of your surfaces look so shiny and reflective, it's quite confusing. What material are you using and what is the IoR value set to? Just curious.

I was going for a high gloss finish on the grey cabinets and island ( the roughness is set to 0 and 1.5 for IoR - the material type is a paint material)

the wooden top is an advance material with a roughness of 0.05 and IoR of 1.5

any suggestions as to enhancing them but still retaining the "high gloss" look?

Sure! I've attached a few examples. I always reference photos to match materials. Your perfect mirror-like finish is just too perfect IMO. Even if it was the exact material match, if it makes your image distracting or confusing, I'd still change it. See the examples below... you'll notice they all have either a slight noise bump to them or roughness (and in most cases, both). If you're using a paint material, I'd change it to Plastic. Then, you can reduce the specular value a bit. With black or dark diffuse color, a specular value of pure white will be a bit too harsh, I'd make it a light gray, add a roughness of something around .01-.05 and a procedural noise texture bump scaled down a bit with a bump height of something like .01-.05 as well. Try a few combos and see what you get.

I hope that helps.

Offline fernancii

Re: revisited an old scene (+Mountain kitchen)
« Reply #43 on: July 26, 2017, 10:17:35 pm »
 nice , really like the mood you captured

Offline jet1990

Re: revisited an old scene (+Mountain kitchen)
« Reply #44 on: July 27, 2017, 01:35:14 am »
I like the color choice, but the island and some of your surfaces look so shiny and reflective, it's quite confusing. What material are you using and what is the IoR value set to? Just curious.

I was going for a high gloss finish on the grey cabinets and island ( the roughness is set to 0 and 1.5 for IoR - the material type is a paint material)

the wooden top is an advance material with a roughness of 0.05 and IoR of 1.5

any suggestions as to enhancing them but still retaining the "high gloss" look?

Sure! I've attached a few examples. I always reference photos to match materials. Your perfect mirror-like finish is just too perfect IMO. Even if it was the exact material match, if it makes your image distracting or confusing, I'd still change it. See the examples below... you'll notice they all have either a slight noise bump to them or roughness (and in most cases, both). If you're using a paint material, I'd change it to Plastic. Then, you can reduce the specular value a bit. With black or dark diffuse color, a specular value of pure white will be a bit too harsh, I'd make it a light gray, add a roughness of something around .01-.05 and a procedural noise texture bump scaled down a bit with a bump height of something like .01-.05 as well. Try a few combos and see what you get.

I hope that helps.

thanks for the suggestions.