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Gallery => Amazing Shots => Topic started by: xcut0r on March 30, 2011, 11:28:27 am

Title: My first Shots - Fiat 147
Post by: xcut0r on March 30, 2011, 11:28:27 am
Hi all,
bein testing this amazing software for 2 days, and I keep amazed with speed and quality achieved in so less time.

here they are some of my first tests:
(http://img26.imageshack.us/img26/5818/fiat1471post.jpg)

credits:
Fabricio: http://fabriciofsousa.blogspot.com/


Hope you guys like it, as much as I do.

cumps
Tiago Saraiva | www.xdzn.tk
Title: Re: My first Shots - Fiat 147
Post by: guest84672 on March 30, 2011, 01:52:07 pm
A little dark - I suggest you increase the realtime gamma to a value between 1.8 - 2.2.
Title: Re: My first Shots - Fiat 147
Post by: xcut0r on March 30, 2011, 02:12:58 pm
A little dark - I suggest you increase the realtime gamma to a value between 1.8 - 2.2.

thanks for the suggestion,
going try it, and make a Higher resolution render of one of views.
Title: Re: My first Shots - Fiat 147
Post by: JeffM on March 30, 2011, 03:00:01 pm
very cool model and nice texture work!
Title: Re: My first Shots - Fiat 147
Post by: xcut0r on March 30, 2011, 03:47:05 pm
why with 1.8-2.2 gamma, colors look so bleached? :X
Title: Re: My first Shots - Fiat 147
Post by: neilr on March 30, 2011, 04:03:10 pm
Checkout the webinars the latest one I think goes into some of that.....I have only watched two of them and they helped allot...
Title: Re: My first Shots - Fiat 147
Post by: xcut0r on March 30, 2011, 05:39:08 pm
Checkout the webinars the latest one I think goes into some of that.....I have only watched two of them and they helped allot...

thanks for the info, I will.
Title: Re: My first Shots - Fiat 147
Post by: JeffM on March 31, 2011, 11:31:21 am
why with 1.8-2.2 gamma, colors look so bleached? :X

When you first make a scene with the gamma set to 1.2 then change the gamma to 2.2 the colors will look washed out.

It's best to adjust the gamma to this setting before making materials (we're planning to improve this workflow so that you won't need to think about it so much).

To make the colors look right, you'll need to darken and saturate the colors a bit. Textures are trickier, before loading them into KeyShot try applying a gamma correction to them in photoshop of .4545 (for KeyShot gamma 2.2) or .55 (for gamma 1.8).

The webinar I just did today actually covers this in some detail. I'll post it in the webinars thread soon.
Title: Re: My first Shots - Fiat 147
Post by: xcut0r on March 31, 2011, 12:16:44 pm
Unfortenly I cudnt be here at webinar GMT time :( I was thinking it wd be at 10am GMT, and when I noticed it wud be at PDT time, it was very disappointing to me :/

hope to see it as fast as possible here on the forum :) but no rush, Ill try to figure out using the other webinars :)

meanwhile ill try to fix and post a new render :)
Title: Re: My first Shots - Fiat 147
Post by: Richman on April 05, 2011, 10:54:09 pm
what HDRI did you use??
Title: Re: My first Shots - Fiat 147
Post by: whale on April 06, 2011, 06:08:42 am
very cool!! :)
Title: Re: My first Shots - Fiat 147
Post by: xcut0r on April 06, 2011, 12:33:38 pm
what HDRI did you use??

I've use more then one, I'm not at my laptop now, but I'll tell you later ! :)
Title: Re: My first Shots - Fiat 147
Post by: xcut0r on April 06, 2011, 12:33:55 pm
very cool!! :)

thanks! :)