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"Great Moments in History"
Added on: Mon Jan 17 2000
Page: 1 2 

The thorn crown was a box with lots of extruded faces. It did not have a texture.
The cross was made out of two boxes with some extruded faces and and noise modifier...


Lighting

I didn't spend a lot of time here, three lightsources, with a third being smaller one for the volumetric light...The lights casted shadowmapped shadows, with a resolution of 2048.

The ground is a patch with a grass texture, and the sky is a box with a texture of clouds.


Rendering

All the objects had different colors so before the desaturation it looked kind of weird.
I rendered the picture in 2 layers: first I rendered the background, then blurred it and put as a background when rendering the foreground. The rendering took about 10 minutes or so. It was the volumetric light that slowed down.

I had first planned the picture to be in a widescreen format, but since i couldn't come up with anything nice to have in the background, I cut some away.

Finally I softened the picture, by taking it into Photoshop. There I copied the layer with the picture, blurred it, and set it to "screen". This gives a soft effect in the image.

The final image is shown below.


 
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