Green Giant Stadium (85k) capacity

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Thu Jan 03, 2019 5:31 pm

Green Giant Stadium (85k seats). SketchUp + Thea 1.5.

Feedback appreciated as always :)

VR tour with 360° renderings: https://roundme.com/tour/330102/view/1149883/

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Sun Jan 06, 2019 9:23 pm

Stunning presentation shots! Not sure why the grass gives off so many color to surround though. I know its a real world phenomena, but it looks really strong in some images or are some of those materials near the roof metal kinds?

Perhaps add better looking grass tex and make it a bit less vivid or saturated. Very clean renders and modelling, nice!

PS i guess most images have a lot of samples right? I dont think i noticed any noise and i see lots of difficult areas with difficult lighting.
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Rombout wrote:
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Stunning presentation shots! Not sure why the grass gives off so many color to surround though. I know its a real world phenomena, but it looks really strong in some images or are some of those materials near the roof metal kinds?
Thanks :)

Note sure what you mean with the grass? The greenish reflections under the roof result from the seats I guess, the grass itself has no reflectance. But maybe it is too saturated for the overcast weather in the renderings, yes :)
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PS i guess most images have a lot of samples right? I dont think i noticed any noise and i see lots of difficult areas with difficult lighting.
The stills all have 4096 samples. Those took about 4-5h each with CPU + 2 GTX 1080. The 360° at roundme have around 700-1000 samples (8000 px x 4000 px) and took 24h each.
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Note sure what you mean with the grass? The greenish reflections under the roof result from the seats I guess, the grass itself has no reflectance. But maybe it is too saturated for the overcast weather in the renderings, yes :)
No i mean this effect, Global illumination. But i think there is a different name as well for this. The green haze or glow is from the grass, i think im 90% sure of that. Those seats would not produce that strong effect.

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See that in the GI case the wall are reflecting there color around in the scene.

Man i so hard wish i had GPU on my mac.
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Mon Jan 07, 2019 9:48 am

I just made a test rendering with red seats and the glow became red-ish under the roof. The seat materials are reflective plastic, so it would make sense to me that they cause this effect.
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Tue Jan 08, 2019 11:59 pm

Okay, i would expect it being the grass since it has a huge surface area. Was there still a bit of green there or was it all red now?
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Okay, i would expect it being the grass since it has a huge surface area. Was there still a bit of green there or was it all red now?
All red :)

I agree though that the greenish glow effect is a bit over the top. I did not notice that until you made me aware of it but in the red version it looked very unrealistic.
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Wed Apr 10, 2019 4:08 pm

Stunning project and build. Impressive.
Bravo.
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Mon Apr 22, 2019 9:22 pm

Wow amazing work, I would love to see some of the Raw SketchUp shots, how big was this file coming in at?
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Sun Apr 28, 2019 12:24 pm

liam887 wrote:
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Wow amazing work, I would love to see some of the Raw SketchUp shots, how big was this file coming in at?
Thanks!

Here are some SU shots:

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The model is 250 MB. I did 2D floorplans first and then built the 3d model from there:

http://www.markus-sass.de/GGS/GGS_floorplans.skp

http://www.markus-sass.de/GGS/GGS_model.skp
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