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    Eevee Interior Animation

    Hi All,

    This is my first attempt to use Blender Eevee
    and the result is awesome!
    Still fast even using my old Nvidia GTX950M 4Gb.
    Just 3 seconds / frame with 100 samples
    I'm using Blender 2.8 build 2018-03-07

    Hope you like it!



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    And These are Still Image Render
    Resolution : 1920x1080 Px
    Render TIme : 3 Seconds

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    Other View

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  4. #4
    Yeahhh! Really great!
    This test is impressive!
    What light sources did you use for the scene?
    I would like to see the interaction with other materials, such as fabric, glass, mirrors ..
    Tnx for sharing with us!



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    Thanks @Magogg. the light source is just a rectangular area light from the window and solid color background. For now i didn't use HDRI light because the light produced is flat. for other materials maybe next time.
    (sorry for my english)

    Originally Posted by Magogg View Post
    Yeahhh! Really great!
    This test is impressive!
    What light sources did you use for the scene?
    I would like to see the interaction with other materials, such as fabric, glass, mirrors ..
    Tnx for sharing with us!



  6. #6
    The final result and the quality are very good!
    Tnx for answer!



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    You're welcome!

    Originally Posted by Magogg View Post
    The final result and the quality are very good!
    Tnx for answer!



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    Great work, it's really really nice to see beautiful architecture and interiors made with blender!
    Keep blending!



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    Thanks @Ghaell

    Originally Posted by Ghaell View Post
    Great work, it's really really nice to see beautiful architecture and interiors made with blender!
    Keep blending!



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