Satisfied

Satisfied. :watermelon::beetle:

Modeled in MagicaCSG, then exported to Blender for materials, textures, lighting and rendering with Cycles.

Inspired by a Riki Fuhrmann sketch.

Lighting test:


Test of EEVEE (Next) versus Cycles (right side of the slider)…

  • Switched the Cycles scene to EEVEE (Next) in the June 20 4.3 Alpha build.
  • Improved all EEVEE render settings and light settings I could find.
  • Light type remained Area light.
  • Didn’t change the materials or HDRI environment.

MagicaCSG work-in-progress impressions and a previous rendering in there:


Scene impression video:

:house: https://metinseven.nl
:elephant: https://graphics.social/@metin

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Nice! Lighting is very good! :ok_hand:

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Vielen Dank, Sebastian! :blush:

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Thanks for bringing so many smiles with your pieces. Love this little fella. :grin:

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Thanks mate, much appreciated!

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I featured you on BlenderNation, have a great weekend!

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Merci beaucoup, Bart! Enjoy your weekend too!

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You’re on the featured row! :+1:

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Yee-haaww! Thanks Bart and voters, I am honored. :blush::+1:

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Aww, I want to hug the bug!

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:blush: Thanks! :beetle::+1:

Very nice work Metin, the two render versions are interesting. For viewport work EEVEE is really nice but for final renders Cycles is still better.

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Thanks Mark! And I agree!

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Lovely work! Thanks for sharing the comparison. What were the differences in render times? What hardware are you running?

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Thanks! EEVEE rendered way faster than Cycles. EEVEE rendered in a matter of seconds at a resolution of 1800 x 1350 pixels, with all render settings set to high quality.

Cycles took maybe 20 minutes or so in the same resolution, but I do have to mention that I used CPU rendering for Cycles, because I’m a rendering snob who likes to use Path Guiding, and my wife hates the loud noise of my GPU fans. :sweat_smile:

CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 5950X
GPU: GeForce RTX 3090 Ti

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