Different Works in Progress

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Re: Different Works in Progress

Post by Fox » Tue Apr 16, 2019 1:46 pm

I played with the scene and the molecular add-on whole day , while binge watching Prison School.

The render seems little disconnected, maybe the color absorption is too low to color cast sun light around environment.
Should have used rough glass to get stronger reflections, or it's not clean enough at 1364sp :roll:

9h, CPU BiDir 2048/2048, MLT 32768
Bubbles 9h 1364sp.jpg

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Re: Different Works in Progress

Post by FarbigeWelt » Tue Apr 16, 2019 3:36 pm

Fox wrote:
Tue Apr 16, 2019 1:46 pm
I played with the scene and the molecular add-on whole day...

9h, CPU BiDir 2048/2048, MLT 32768
Bubbles 9h 1364sp.jpg
Great, you got addicted to that fancy plugin. You can simulate gases, liquids, doughs; but its bit tricky, isn‘t?

Well, I like the outcome of your gambling rounds. BiDir and metropolis are a good choice here.

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Re: Different Works in Progress

Post by Fox » Tue Apr 16, 2019 4:26 pm

FarbigeWelt wrote:
Tue Apr 16, 2019 3:36 pm
Great, you got addicted to that fancy plugin. You can simulate gases, liquids, doughs; but its bit tricky, isn‘t?

Well, I like the outcome of your gambling rounds. BiDir and metropolis are a good choice here.

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Pity the plugin runs only on single core.

The ior of bubbles was 1, so that's why they were flat. I have set the bubble shell volume to 1.3, but the bubble core is ior 1, looks way better.
Now i find the BiDir is too inefficient as i set the glass tube to rough glass, maybe path with photongi is good way to go, i see so many bright caustics in the glass tube shadow with path and photongi :shock:

My volume interfaces are now like that:
red air p3
red bubblewater p2

green air p5
green bubblewater p4

blue air p7
blue bubblewater p6

yellow air p9
yellow bubblewater p8

glass p10
water p1
world p0

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Re: Different Works in Progress

Post by Fox » Thu Apr 18, 2019 12:40 pm

Indeed, the MLT and BiDir worked out better for this scene. Still, it needs ton of rendering power to clear up.

CPU BiDir 128/128 MLT
12h 1200 sp
Bubbles 2 Fox.jpg

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Re: Different Works in Progress

Post by FarbigeWelt » Thu Apr 18, 2019 2:16 pm

Fox wrote:
Thu Apr 18, 2019 12:40 pm
Indeed, the MLT and BiDir worked out better for this scene. Still, it needs ton of rendering power to clear up.

CPU BiDir 128/128 MLT
12h 1200 sp

Bubbles 2 Fox.jpg
Isn‘t it a beauty, is it? I like the picture, its pretty clear and is a real electron nuggler, a ‚cool‘ CPU thriller.
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Splashing Liquid, UniDir, BiDir

Post by FarbigeWelt » Sat Apr 20, 2019 10:52 am

BiDir is by far the slowest kind of rendering the 50 frames animation.

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				UniDir, GPU	UniDir, GPU	UniDir, GPU		BiDir, CPU
				no PGCI		PGCI caustics	PGCI no caustics	Mp 25%,2^7,2%
time first	[dd hh:mm:ss]	00 00:00:00	00 00:00:00	00 00:00:00		00 00:00:00
time last	[dd hh:mm:ss]	00 00:00:40	00 00:00:40	00 00:00:37		00 00:04:28
time delta	[dd hh:mm:ss]	00 00:00:40	00 00:00:40	00 00:00:37		00 00:04:28
		time [s]		40		40		37			268
		Samples []		250		250		250			75
		mSamples [1/s]		6250		6250		6757			280
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Splashing_UniDir_no-PGCI.gif
Splashing_UniDir_no-PGCI
Splashing_UniDir_PGCI.gif
Splashing_UniDir_PGCI_caustics
Splashing_BiDir.gif
Splashing_BiDir
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Re: Different Works in Progress

Post by Fox » Sat Apr 20, 2019 1:57 pm

FarbigeWelt wrote:
Thu Apr 18, 2019 2:16 pm
Isn‘t it a beauty, is it? I like the picture, its pretty clear and is a real electron nuggler, a ‚cool‘ CPU thriller.
This scene is a real succubus :D
Have been tuning photongi settings, no luck so far.

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Ring into and out of Water

Post by FarbigeWelt » Sun Apr 21, 2019 8:30 am

It is quite funny what one can do with Blenders liquid system.
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Ring-into-Water.gif
Ring into Water
Torus-from-Water.gif
Ring out from Water
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Good Vibes getting On Air

Post by FarbigeWelt » Tue Apr 23, 2019 5:56 pm

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Logo-out-of-Water.gif
Logo-out-of-Water
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Oh, no! More logos.

Post by FarbigeWelt » Wed Apr 24, 2019 6:45 am

Animated GIF, 75 frames
Logo-rotating-Water.gif
Logo-rotating-Water.
Note
The simulation of the water takes quite a long time, something between 1 and 2 hours.
The rendering takes approx. 02m20s on GPU path, denoised but without PGIC.
(The latter does not work on my PC system, PGIC leads to hang-ups or crashs for this scene.)

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The scene is free, can be copied and changed without further notice.
I would not use the logo outside of the forum.
If you use the scene for another purpose, please change the logo object.
Fluid Logo 2.zip
Fluid Logo 2
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