Bauhaus Museum Scene

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Scene I put together to showcase some Bauhaus-style models I've made recently. Have been experimenting with making custom LUTs in photoshop on a per render basis and then applying them to the render in Thea, and the results have been fantastic I have to say! Cheers all!
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Love the pics and i love the idea of making custom LUT as well. Great idea👍
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Nice work and great realism
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Looks great!
Nice work on the LUT as well :thumbup:
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The scene is great looking. I think in this case a solid glass would be cool!
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JQL wrote: Wed Jan 20, 2021 4:37 pm The scene is great looking. I think in this case a solid glass would be cool!
Thanks JQL! I agree on the solid glass, however Thea seems to have issues with rendering it as a "shell" of glass instead of a solid glass cube. I've tried separating each face into its own group, setting the IOR to 1.52, nothing seems to work :(

Do I have to play around with the thickness of the plane that the glass material is applied to maybe?
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Yeah make each face with thickness and group it. Treat each plane as a solid and also bevel the edges. I think it will look fantastic. If you add some dust particles to it... Bam!
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Superbe, very nice and truly realistic !
Bravo !
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OSKAR.MESZAR wrote: Wed Jan 20, 2021 6:54 am Love the pics and i love the idea of making custom LUT as well. Great idea👍
Thanks Oskar! I can post a little tutorial showing how I do the custom LUTs if there's an interest!
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seraleklee1 wrote: Wed Jan 20, 2021 10:00 am Nice work and great realism
Thank you so much!
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