Tech art-TF-TB2 kit 3D model
Tech art-TF-TB2 kit is an example scene made with the 3D designer parts kit/3D Kitbash set Tech boxes-TB1 kit (included in this package). The kits are intended for use in motion graphics designs, concept designs ore abstract sci fi oriented scenery elements.
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This package contains following items:
- one 3ds max file of a sci-fi environment render ready setup for Vray2.
- one 3ds max file of the same scene render ready setup for Octane render.
- one 3ds max file of the same scene render ready setup for default scanline render (files include animated flythrough camera)
- Textures and shaders
- one OBJ export file (geometry + UVW mapping and textures only)
Note: Don't forget most of my OBJ models are also importable in element 3D (After Effects plugin)
The scene is composed of the following included kits:
- one Tech boxes-TB1 kit (https://www.cgtrader.com/3d-models/various/various-models/tech-boxes-tb1-kit)
Every asset in this project has unique names that correspond to materials, object groups and layers. Files render strait out of the box the example renders you see on top (mostly Octane renders) had some curve correction, color balancing, vignetting, chromatic abreaction and sharpening filters in photoshop. Octane render version takes about 10 minutes per frame to render on 2X Nvidia GTX 680. Vray version takes about 18 minutes to render per frame on a Core i7 930 (low GI settings) The Octane scene uses glossy materials, in the Vray version this is avoided. There's a Vray render on top to compare the different render results.Scanline render version renders very fast but not photoreal.
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