So here’s a render of mine which is a centerpiece shot for a trailer serving my school’s annual film competition. This is my first major project. Unfortunately I forgot to improve the stars and they don’t look that good, but hopefully the 500 to 750 people watching will be looking at the impact, not the sky itself. Hopefully http://blenderartists.org/forum/images/smilies/sago/redface.gif . I also realized that the volumetric atmosphere is too clean cut. Apart from those errors, what is the opinion of the image?
Good work, however I think the picture is too much “burnt” (lots of very bright areas, over-exposed). But maybe it seems ok when watching the full movie.
Aaah, that may very well be due to the reproduction of the colour grading the editor and I applied during editing. I’ll attach the image without colour grading and a link to download the entire animation. http://www.mediafire.com/?z29rk7xk444k4ty
much better but lose a lot of the stars on the background. if it’s going to be an animation make sure to add a little bit of vector motionblur.
Unfortunately I’ve lost the .blend file so I cannot directly modify the render, but I’ll use less stars in the future.
you lost the blend!?? FAIL! no no wait, EPIC FAIL!
Actually it’s incredibly simple, 3 spheres, 2 circles and an elaborate but easy to construct compositing setup. I could recreate the whole thing in about 1 hour, the pain in the ass was rendering.