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  1. vrusch

    Got you all beat!!

    Well done, Steven ! I updated the correct number of cameras in the performance sheet. Here's the direct link to the page : http://www.silverbullet3d.com/eias_benchmark Cheers, Bert.
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    cool site!

    Obrigado !
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    cool site!

    Ola Tom, I tried uploading some images to the folder called "Arists Gallery work", but for some reason the ftp server doesn't allow me to create a folder with my name. Could you explain to me how this works exactly ? Cheers, Bert Vrusch
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    cool site!

    Ola new EIAS3d team ! I like the new logo (with the butterfly) very much. A very modern look but still strong and professional. Excellent work. The complete new website looks solid. I think the amount and quality of the gallery images, will certainly convince new users to buy. Compliments to everybody for this great accomplishment. Cheers, Bert.
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    Where to find this specific 3d scene ?

    Hi Michael, I noticed the smoothing "problem" as well, in many objects in the scene. Unchecking the "smoothing across" box is a great help. Do you (or anyone else) know, how you have to proceed if you want to do this operation for let's say 25 objects at once ? Or do I have to uncheck them one by one ? Regards, Bert.
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    Where to find this specific 3d scene ?

    Michael, As always, you are faster than lightning ... The image looks really nice ! Could you match the camera's perspective a bit more to equal the original treddi.com image ? It would be nice to do some image comparison. Oh, and yes, much appreciated if you could make the project available for download. Cheers, Bert.
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    Where to find this specific 3d scene ?

    Hi Tom, Thanks for investigating. I invested another hour this morning and I finally found a working link. I was right. This was a light tutorial from 2005, done by somebody from Italy at the treddi.com forum. I just found it 10 minutes ago, so I need some time to read all the threads. If I can find any spare time, I will try and make an EIAS project version out of this. This should be interesting. I am still on EIAS 7, and would like to see some results from you guys, using the EIAS 8 version. http://www.treddi.com/forum/topic/8436-interior-lighting-in-mental-ray/ For anyone out there interested, here are the scene files : http://www.treddi.com/upload/tutorial/dagon_mentalray/tut_jap_obj.zip http://www.treddi.com/upload/tutorial/dagon_mentalray/tut_jap_mb.zip http://www.treddi.com/upload/tutorial/dagon_mentalray/tut_jap_3ds.zip To be continued ... Cheers, Bert.
  8. Hi Guys, On the web, I keep bumping into this oriental 3d rendering of a specific room. It seems to be a reference scene that was being used to compare GI renderings on different platforms / applications. But maybe I am wrong, and this was just done by one 3d artist. Does anyone know, if and where I could download this 3d scene ? It looks japanese. I would like to do a render in EIAS. Cheers, Bert.
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    Global Illuminated flythru

    I agree with monday, let's do a small tutorial please ...
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    Phantom of the Opera

    Hi guys, I just wanted to share a project I collaborated on last summer. The 3D artwork I delivered was part of a pitch presentation, performed by a dutch studio for Mr Andrew Lloyd Webber himself. His famous phantom team is currently looking into ways to replace physical stage props by 3D projections. Image Nr. 2 and 4 were done in EIAS Image Nr. 1 and 3 were done in Maya http://www.silverbullet3d.com/phantom/ There were more 3D stage sets that were rebuilt, but not mentioned on this page (yet). Cheers, Bert.
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    Cristobal Vila's latest work

    Cristobal is such a perfectionist in all of his work ! He's not afraid to learn another big app or tool if it adds quality to his project. I like that approach. Bravo, Cristobal.