Westminster Station test render v5.3

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Westminster Station test render v5.3

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Wow. 100 samples at 2 minutes, 45 seconds. Holy guacamole! So fast! And I'm still trying to find aliasing and don't see any!

Had to turn down the artificial lights intensity. Which is a good thing!
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Re: Westminster Station test render v5.3

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ph :o what a big difference.

If you leave the light power at 35 and play with the area adjustment, it'll give you more smooth shadows. If you leave the area adjustment to zero and use the power instead, you'll have hard shadows, spotlight effect.
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:excited: That is more than impressive! <3
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Okwa wrote: Thu Feb 15, 2024 2:40 am :excited: That is more than impressive! <3
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@BKilburn You're Welcome. :salute
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Re: Westminster Station test render v5.3

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Support wrote: Wed Feb 14, 2024 10:45 pm ph :o what a big difference.

If you leave the light power at 35 and play with the area adjustment, it'll give you more smooth shadows. If you leave the area adjustment to zero and use the power instead, you'll have hard shadows, spotlight effect.
Dammit. My bad. I just now realized what this means. Sorry for the delayed response.

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Re: Westminster Station test render v5.3

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BKilburn wrote: Sat Mar 16, 2024 2:05 am
Support wrote: Wed Feb 14, 2024 10:45 pm ph :o what a big difference.

If you leave the light power at 35 and play with the area adjustment, it'll give you more smooth shadows. If you leave the area adjustment to zero and use the power instead, you'll have hard shadows, spotlight effect.
Dammit. My bad. I just now realized what this means. Sorry for the delayed response.

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