Revisiting an old model

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acrighton
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A model I done a few years back, rendered this time in THEA. I was trying to get the rough/textured plastic finish on the front bezel as close to the real thing as possible, and used the PSF_bump_14 material for this. Rendered in Presto, 600 samples, lighting was via 4 discrete emitters with a flash umbrella HDRI, and one overhead softbox. Render time was 11m 6s on dual Xeon X5670, with x2 GTX-1060 GPUs.

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And another...
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And lastly...
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really nice work, love the detail
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Beautiful work, and perfect material setup !
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Awesome! Very cool project and really good rendering. I like the materials too... and the LED is spot on. Bravo.
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:clap: :clap: :clap: great model and renderings
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Thanks Pinoy
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Nicely done, good job man. :thumbup:
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