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    Gold dvx100 leader revisited.
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    In 2006 I made this dvx100B model for use in one of my dvxuser leaders.
    Renderers have improved since then and I've been revisiting some
    of my older models and re-rendering them.

    My ToDo list includes redoing this animated leader.

    (Just sayin' I'm not dead YET.) -Cheers.

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    The Immortal DVX100B.
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    Cameras: Panasonic: GH2, GH3, GH4, Sony: RX100 ii, Canon: 6D, T2i, 80D, SL2, Blackmagic Cinema Camera, Blackmagic Pocket Camera (x3),
    Mics: Sennheiser, AKG, Shure, Sanken, Audio-Technica, Audix
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    If C-3PO shot video. This!


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    Lol. Yeah, if only it was real gold.
    I have to run a short animation test to see if I get artifacting or not.
    If so I might see if I can bake in the materials. ->ToDo list.

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    A couple more model tests...

    Test of the renderer on my 2011 early fly model :





    Gilson Pipette Model (Did this week. Ugh, commercial type work but turned out to be fun once I got into it.)

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    Nice 3D renders. What software package?
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    Modelled in C4D and Zbrush.

    Renders done in Keyshot 5.
    https://www.keyshot.com/

    I used to lean towards Marmoset for these kind of shots. I didn't like Keyshot in the past but this new release is very interesting.
    I haven't tried camera animation in it yet.
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    I'm having a lot of problems with the Keyshtot-C4D plugin camera re: importing animations from C4D to Keyshot wise. Very frustrating.

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    Edit: Sorted the issues.
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    Sorted the issues and all is good with KS now.
    I kept the animation true to my original with only very minor technical corrections that arose from the new workflow. New material on the model is about it.

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    Kool. Glad to see you still pluggin away.
    When you have to shoot, shoot, don't talk. (Tuco-The Good, the Bad and the Ugly)

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    Thanks Cyro. I appreciate you taking the time to stop in.
    In the excitment over having a new program I rushed a few renders. I miss the criticism.
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