(ID: 235779, pid: 0) Mick on Sun, 24 November 2013 8:41pm
Great...thanks for this.
(ID: 235417, pid: 0) David on Fri, 22 November 2013 12:10pm
This is great to follow up for a quick 'render to texture', nothing wrong with it at all, even though it isn't 'physically accurate' and all that rubbish.
(ID: 222498, pid: 0) Martin on Thu, 03 October 2013 12:15pm
Thank you for making this tutorial.
I know it was not supposed to be a 100% accurate AO map, but it is absolutely perfect for a very quick way to get very nice results for quick proofing renders.
(ID: 203675, pid: 0) Merey on Sat, 22 June 2013 9:35pm
nice but how do you handle a;pha maps like leaves with this technique?pls if you know tell me: firstname.lastname@example.org
(ID: 178697, pid: 0) Grant Salisbury on Mon, 28 January 2013 2:13am
A great way to do this quickly is to use this script.
Great for quick mattes and lighting as well as ao passes.
(ID: 31457, pid: 0) Tim on Sun, 09 January 2011 11:00pm
also, you can disable final gather for your ambient occlusion pass, makes it at least slightly faster.
(ID: 27523, pid: 0) Tom Isaksen on Wed, 17 November 2010 10:05am
Actually Vladimir, the point is to make it easy and quick, particular if you NOT just using Arch & Design shaders.. But you are right, it's not a physically correct Ambient Occlusion effect, and I suppose I could have stressed that more in the tutorial. So thanks for pointing it out.
(ID: 27505, pid: 0) Vladimir Jankijevic on Tue, 16 November 2010 9:22pm
I'm sorry but if you've read that post by Master Zap, you'll see that your technique isn't quiet right and is missing the point of ambient occlusion.
here is the link to the post: http://mentalraytips.blogspot.com/2008/11/joy-of-little-ambience.html