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Weekly 39 by kokolores123 Weekly 39 by kokolores123
Done in C4D, rendered in Indigo.

Wireframe: abload.de/img/wireafba8.jpg
Breakdown: dl.dropbox.com/u/23855217/week…
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michael119de Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2013
fantastic creation.
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kokolores123 Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2013   Digital Artist
Thank you a lot <3

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lyc Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2013
as with so many of your renders, i want the story to continue! why is there a person splashing into this pool...
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kokolores123 Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2013   Digital Artist
Thanks man!

Maybe I should try some comic strips for continuous strories. At least I would get away with low res renders then : D
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LuxXeon Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
GREAT render.  I'm extremely impressed with the way you've created the underwater effects here.  The bubbles, and the caustics, are really excellent.
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kokolores123 Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2013   Digital Artist
Thank you!
Yeah funnily the whole scene is kind of based around the caustics and bubbles. 
Also one of those scenes one greatly underestimates, because caustics are easy and stuff but out of the sudden there are tons of settings to go wrong haha.

Is Octane actually able to do caustics easily with single directional PT?
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LuxXeon Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Not with PT.  In order to get some decent caustics, you'll need to use the PMC kernel in Octane.  It's way more efficient at solving complex refraction and caustics.  I've done some decent ones with PMC kernel.  Nothing I've tried in Octane seems to produce the excellent caustics that miraculously occur with Luxrender for some reason.  Not sure what it is about their algorithm that produces such beautiful refractive and reflective caustics, but it takes forever.
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lyc Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2013
agreed again, kklors is the man! :#1:
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