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Making Of 'The Cabin'

By Andre' Wilke
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Date Added: 16th June 2009
Software used:
CINEMA 4D

The is the scene render with the lightings and without textures.

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Rendering

I used a mix of Radiosity and Ambient Occlusion. Here's the final render before compositing.

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Post Production

I set the overall scene with a warm (brown) tone using photo filter tool, sharpen the
image before give a soft feel on it using blur effect also adjust the level to give more contrast.

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