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SSS with Pixie...WOW! Take a look here...

MM
2007-08-01
2013-04-25
  • MM
    MM
    2007-08-01

    Using the image light method (with bake as posted before).
    First result...:

    http://www.dedalo-3d.com/lab/preview.png

    I'll update the post as we have new images.

    Thanks for Pixie!

     
    • MM
      MM
      2007-08-03

      Update...take a look:

      http://www.dedalo-3d.com/lab/rendering_pixie.jpg

      Anyway I have notice about some crashes. I'm trying to "isolate" the minimum example to show you the problem, but it's hard, because it's random.

      It seem that put the 3 steps in one rib, using frames trick, make it crashable. Calling separately the files, by  hand, seem to work...

      Regards,

         Manuel

       
    • MM
      MM
      2007-09-20

      • George Harker
        George Harker
        2007-09-20

        very nice.  Feel free to post some on the wiki too if you like.

        Cheers

        George

         
        • MM
          MM
          2007-09-21

          Thx...but I'm waiting the final results. These are only quick tests...you will see :-D...
          I must realize a gallery for makehuman.org too, so we can share the best pictures.
          (In meantime, can you investigate about displacement crash?)

          Manuel

           
          • George Harker
            George Harker
            2007-09-21

            absolutely. I'm looking into it - but I'm not quite sure what the cause is yet.

            cheers

            George

             
            • MM
              MM
              2007-09-25

              Thanks for Pixie!!!!!
              Using it we have nearly reached a photorealistic level of the rendering, please, TAKE A LOOK:

              http://www.dedalo-3d.com/lab/sss-test5.jpg

              It's WIP (workin on hairs, eyelashes, etc...), but anyway it's a good result, imho...

              About bug: have you reproduced it on your machine?