HDRI Package #003

exidge

Administrator
#21
Moore please. This looks wow, although the motion blur is too much and very directional. Also better quality of the render would make it look complete :D This is a great exaample in which direction this can go!

Cheeers,
exidge
 
#22
thanks for the feedback exige. i have to work on polishing my skills up on adding realistic motion blur to a 2D image. if you have any suggestions for any specific tutorials/books/etc that would be appreciated. i rendered the car at 2560 but it takes up so little of the screen that i need to render it probably even higher. thanks again.
 

exidge

Administrator
#24
Great work Jeff! It's cool to see that you didn't just use the backplates as they are and spend some time on replacing the sky and worked out some mood! Great work as usual.

Cheers,
exidge
 

dave_3d

Super Moderator
#29
Excellent HDRI set. Well done, guys.

Just found it this evening (I was at the Le Mans Classic 24 Hours race) and had a quick play. :) Pretty much the same angle as others have done.

I really need a driver. Anybody have a spare Stig model ..... ?? :grin:

Dave
 

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helicase

Well-Known Member
#30
Excellent HDRI set. Well done, guys.

Just found it this evening (I was at the Le Mans Classic 24 Hours race) and had a quick play. :) Pretty much the same angle as others have done.

I really need a driver. Anybody have a spare Stig model ..... ?? :grin:

Dave
The ghost driven car? :p
 

Duron

Super Moderator
#33
@killerofdoom
Nice one man, but check the marker post as size reference. The SLS is way to small compared to that. Also die direction of the car seems not correct enough, look more like the car is soon driving outside the road.
 
#37
ive noticed that quite a few of you guys have a really nice method of motion blurring the backplate...would anyone care to share the process? or give me a couple of pointers? it would be appreciated...thanks
 
#38
I do it in photoshop after i render it. Just duplicate the layer and apply motion blur on the upper one. Then with a soft brush delete only where the car is and the non motion blured one from the bottom layer should appear nice and focused :). Then you can make a selection of your wheels and apply radial blur on them so they look like they are rotating.