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Learning Cinema 4D
Objects in space.
39 entries
First: Apr 11, 2020
1 contributor
internetvin
This is really dope man! Feels like a ne...
pugson
thanks!! @tania @internetvin
pugson
thanks @internetvin. i hope it turns out...
internetvin
Super neat <3
internetvin
It's cool how you've been kind of 'burst...
tania
whoa!!!
internetvin
Super neat
internetvin
Yeah seeing that time reduction over tim...
internetvin
Liquid-y lol I’m super curious what’ll...
lucas
This is really satisfying to look at man...
ozz
damn that's so hard!
pugson
i thought the white streaks on the sides...
tania
wow!!! this is so cool
Nice composition. It looks as if it was ...
internetvin
pretty neat, what inspired this?
gorum
This is dope for my eyes
yeah! the more space crystals, the bette...
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wifi_retina
nice!
gndclouds
Nice! love the gradient choice .
pugson
@internetvin thanks dude, just following...
internetvin
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looks like there is a bit of noise in the shadows. next time i should increase the sample size even higher

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i managed to fix that one frame in post but sadly there are more issues with this animation which would require me redoing it from scratch. not worth it — will make it better on the next one

single frame has some messed up geometry. i will export the whole scene as a PNG sequence and fix this one frame in photoshop

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i just added a spare GPU to my system to see if rendering with both will have a big difference on speed. right now doing a test render to check thermals and both cards are peaking at 75 degrees which is fairly decent for such a tight fit.

as for the render times – each frame in the bubble animation renders in 16 seconds less than with a single GPU so a full video would be done 3 hours faster with both GPUs. pretty incredible stuff. i wonder how much better it would run with a more powerful card.

current setup: RTX 2080 Ti + GTX 1070 Ti

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all the mighty have fallen except for the verizon guy texting you "can you hear me now"

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