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 From:  EdwinKlijn (EDWINTSI)
3358.1 
I just love coffee ;-)

Regards,
Edwin

EDITED: 2 Mar 2010 by EDWINTSI

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 From:  dooki
3358.2 In reply to 3358.1 
VERY NICE!

What did you render with?

-Dooki
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 From:  ed (EDDYF)
3358.3 
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EDITED: 12 Mar 2010 by EDDYF

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 From:  EdwinKlijn (EDWINTSI)
3358.4 
It's indeed rendered in Keyshot.
(Keyshot used to be Hypershot but some stuff happened which resulted in another name. There's a huge post about it on the cgtalk forums).

Moi and Keyshot...what more could a person need ? ;-)
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 From:  TwinSnakes
3358.5 In reply to 3358.4 
Umm...$995 is pretty much for a renderer.
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 From:  EdwinKlijn (EDWINTSI)
3358.6 In reply to 3358.5 
Well, it's in the same pricerange as the big ones out there (Fry, Maxwell, Vray).
It is more limited when it comes to lighting and such but it's sooooo fast.
The full render is 2000x1000 pixels and rendered in less then 10 minutes!
That's something i'll never accomplish in the other ones.

But, that being said, it is a lot of money.

And why isn't my profile updated? MICHAEL !!!!! ;-) j/k
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 From:  Michael Gibson
3358.7 In reply to 3358.1 
Hi Edwin, that turned out great!

That could be an effective way to wake up in the morning, just put your mouth directly under that... :)

- Michael
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 From:  ed (EDDYF)
3358.8 In reply to 3358.5 
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EDITED: 12 Mar 2010 by EDDYF

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 From:  flatdog
3358.9 In reply to 3358.4 
Dear Edwin,

Could you please tell me which format you used to export from Moi into KeyShot?

Thank you,

Philip
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 From:  Michael Gibson
3358.10 In reply to 3358.9 
Hi Philip, I know you were asking Edwin, but I just wanted to mention that most people will use OBJ format to export from MoI to KeyShot.

I'd also recommend setting the "Output" option at export time to "Output: Quads & Triangles".

- Michael
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 From:  flatdog
3358.11 In reply to 3358.10 
Tks
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 From:  EdwinKlijn (EDWINTSI)
3358.12 In reply to 3358.11 
Hi Philip,
I use different workflows. When using simple materials i export straight from Moi to Keyshot using the .obj format as Michael already mentioned.
Materials used in Moi are transferred as well...great stuff.
When i need uvmapping i use the .obj OR .lwo format and import in Modo/Lightwave, do my stuff, export to .obj and import in Keyshot.

Edwin
As a final touch, God created the Dutch
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 From:  jbshorty
3358.13 
Hi Edwin. Nice shot, but the DOF is very weird. Doesn't appear to be based on depth at all. Looks more like a Photoshop lens blur applied with a radial gradient. This DOF is direct from Keyshot? Or applied in post? just curious...

jonah
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 From:  EdwinKlijn (EDWINTSI)
3358.14 In reply to 3358.13 
Hi Jonah,
the DOF is post from Photoshop (linear gradient (diagonally) and a gaussian blur).
It's indeed not based on depth (unless it's mimicking someone with a bad left eye;-)
As a final touch, God created the Dutch
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