Product Render Studio

Hi!

I tried the studio for a diorama with a low poly model of our village's church. Still a wip. The aim is for a look and feel like in shaun the sheep :smile:
(Comments and critics always welcome :icon_thumbup:)

/Anders
 

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What a great thread. Lots of fantastic work there.:smile:

Thanks for the great test scene David.

Bye
Martin
 
graphite is a lighter grey and has a subtle reflection: you could try to use the current black/dark area as alpha for the wooden part and create a semi-metallic shader for the underlying graphite end... what do you think?

Unless they are charcoal pencils. :smile:

-- GS.
 

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Hi Dave -

I’m trying out your Product Render studio, is there a size limit to the model I can place in the scene?

I’ve added a model to the scene but the beach ball appeared. The model is 144MB. After waiting for a while the other apps that were open started to pause, I eventually had to force close everything and restart the computer.

I’m guessing this is down to file size, if so what would you say is the size limit?

Cheers,
Rob

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I copied and pasted the studio on the large model, which worked! I'll post some results.
 
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Product Render Studio

I've been playing around with a scene with the intention of creating a product render studio so users can just download the scene, drop their 3d object in and hit render.

Here's the initial render that I have, I'm still playing with settings and optimising the render time to make it better and faster.

I'll post the file when it's finished...
Hey, great idea with product rendering! It would really make life easier for a lot of people who don't want to spend time setting up a scene. I'm waiting for you to post a file to try it out.
 
Product Render Studio

I've been playing around with a scene with the intention of creating a product render studio so users can just download the scene, drop their 3d object in and hit render.

Here's the initial render that I have, I'm still playing with settings and optimising the render time to make it better and faster.

I'll post the file when it's finished...
That's cool that you're doing a product rendering studio! This could be really useful for those who do 3D modeling but don't want to spend a ton of time setting up a scene. I recently came across this site https://render-vision.com/type/3d-architectural-visualization-service/ they do architectural visualization and have cool projects. I think your idea for a product rendering template would be in demand too
 
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