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Because my computer has only 1gb of ram, I did the render in two passes of 2084 x 1984. Then saved them with the respective alpha maps.

Pass 1

563_tid_20.jpg
Pass 2

563_tid_21.jpg

The final Composition - Post processing

One of the better and relaxing parts that I've done for this image, like I said before, this image has used a lot of 2d work, and here is what I've done.

I put my two images in a new file, and take out the unnecessary material from the renders, I did some colour correction, to bring the image alive.

563_tid_22.jpg
563_tid_19B.jpg




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Tianhe Han on Tue, 25 December 2012 12:31am
Inspiring great work! Thanks for this tutorial
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