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"More Than Human"
Added on: Sat Aug 30 2003
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The foreground and the background looked as if they were merging into each other. To separate them I placed several lights. On the picture shown below are the areas that were needed lighting. The wings also became more impressive.



If I have time, I typically render scenes in twic higher resolution. After that I scale them to the required size - this achieves higher quality. An example below is showing enlarged region of the scene. Top picture rendered in resolution 1:1 and lower in resolution 2:1.

Unfortunately, 3ds max was not able to render the whole scene in the resolution 1600x1200. It crashed with message about various error. :-( So, I render the scene two times. First time, foreground was hidden and just background was rendered.

As a special gift to you all here is the background rendered as a wallpaper in 1600x1200 resolution. Background_wallpaper.zip


Resulted picture was used as background in the Environment. After that foreground was rendered.

The final image is shown below as a wireframe and full rendering.


As an extra bonus here is the 1600x1200 rendering of the final image: Final_hi_res.zip
 
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