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Making Of 'Rosso'

By Alfa Smyrna
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Date Added: 30th November 2011
Software used:
3ds Max

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Fig. 16

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Fig. 17

Lighting

Through the set of images, there are different light rigs and scenarios. I will try to explain how I made the lighting of the dawn time images (Fig.18).

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Fig. 18

In these hours of the day, sun rays come to us in a very wide angle, almost horizontal, so they create a very soft lighting and soft and long shadows. I used a VraySun and adjusted the amplitude (Z coordinate). I made the size slightly larger in order to create much softer shadows. There is a bitmap texture for the skylight (Fig.19 - 21).

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Fig. 19


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Fig. 20

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Fig. 21



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(ID: 199827, pid: 0) Amo on Tue, 28 May 2013 7:59am
It's really nice work,keep on! and I would like to ask how did you textured the books in the scene the material slots is not enough?
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(ID: 191118, pid: 0) Frankdefaria on Sun, 07 April 2013 11:36pm
Thank's a lot.
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(ID: 132259, pid: 0) Christopher Crowd on Wed, 11 July 2012 4:50pm
Your work is stunning! thanks for sharing.
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(ID: 122705, pid: 0) Rajan on Tue, 05 June 2012 2:35pm
gr8 tut.... can give settings for an a walk through
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(ID: 118941, pid: 0) Samuele on Mon, 21 May 2012 7:38pm
Alfa for president!
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(ID: 91029, pid: 0) Nelson on Tue, 06 March 2012 5:56am
Cannot tell it is real scene or not. How long you learn in 3ds max?
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(ID: 81042, pid: 0) Mez on Mon, 23 January 2012 6:04am
Amazing work! very professional, thanks a lot for this tutorial,
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(ID: 80135, pid: 0) Snowhite on Thu, 19 January 2012 6:39am
thank you very much for ur tutorials thery are really great.ur tutorials are helping me very much and i am waiting from u more!
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(ID: 72294, pid: 0) Buddhabas on Tue, 20 December 2011 8:35pm
Great comprehensive tutorial. Many thanks for sharing with 3DTotal readers.
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(ID: 71256, pid: 0) Sewumangatus on Fri, 16 December 2011 1:26pm
thanks for the tutorial, this is very useful for me. vray render settings that you describe above is very good. and in this tutorial is it true that you only use vraysun only. and can you explain what type of camera you use for this scene along with the f-number, speed and ISO. is in wait yes explanations. : D. sorry my english is not perfect. hope you understand.
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(ID: 69183, pid: 0) Frank on Thu, 08 December 2011 1:04pm
Great work! where do u get the book textures with front and back from?
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(ID: 68387, pid: 0) Tom Greenway on Mon, 05 December 2011 12:11pm
Great comprehensive tutorial, many thanks for sharing with 3DTotal readers.
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(ID: 67619, pid: 0) Mary on Sat, 03 December 2011 10:50pm
Really, the work is fabulous ... the best always ever seen ... congratulations :)
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(ID: 67401, pid: 0) Widi5006 on Sat, 03 December 2011 12:59am
amazing work...thanks for the great tutorial !
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(ID: 67284, pid: 0) Neil on Fri, 02 December 2011 4:03pm
cheers mate.. gonna try these setting.. hopefully ill get similar results..
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(ID: 66992, pid: 0) Dr.Mar on Thu, 01 December 2011 4:19pm
Super! Spasibo (thanks) for tutorial!
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(ID: 66796, pid: 0) Fabio on Wed, 30 November 2011 7:24pm
Perfect!!!
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