now that Blender 2.92 has finally been release I would like to share one of my latest scene that has become part of the official demo files.
You can find it in the cycles section: https://www.blender.org/download/demo-files/#cycles and download it for free.
It was made specifically to test Blender 2.92 new Exposure node, so it is build for having a strong contrast between lights and shadow. Total working time from concept to final result is about 21h. I’ve recorded and commented with my friends a 50min timelapse that will be premiered tonight. You’ll see every aspect, from concept to modeling to shading and lighting… I’ll be on chat if you have questions.
The video shows a clock in the lower left in real-time speed so you can have an idea of the time spent in each phase.
Here’s some other pics:
You can see an example of usage in the end of the release page: https://www.blender.org/download/releases/2-92/. We always have been able to adjust a scene exposure from the render panel, but with the new node we can take advantage of other compositor features, like using the mist pass to selectivly apply the exposure only in one part of the scene.
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