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From: Remy Closset
Subject: Genova, 1595
Date: 18 Jun 2004 18:03:00
Message: <40d32e54@news.povray.org>
An image I've done following a travel in Genova (Italy). It shows th e ducal
palace with two guards, an afternoon in 1595, just after the building of
this marvellous  edifice.
Only made with moray. The guards are my own work.
Light, radiosity, rendered with pov-ray 3.6

You can see the image here

http://remy.closset.chez.tiscali.fr/palais_ducal.png

rémy closset

A permanent challenge for me, visually impaired.


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From: Stephen McAvoy
Subject: Re: Genova, 1595
Date: 18 Jun 2004 18:13:05
Message: <a5c6d01n38rl0nuc7t24k4tasuqe87asl5@4ax.com>
On Fri, 18 Jun 2004 20:03:08 +0200, "Remy Closset"
<NOS### [at] tiscalifr> wrote:

>You can see the image here
>
>http://remy.closset.chez.tiscali.fr/palais_ducal.png


Excellent!

Regards
        Stephen


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From: Arne Kleinophorst
Subject: Re: Genova, 1595
Date: 18 Jun 2004 19:59:50
Message: <40d349b6@news.povray.org>
Remy Closset wrote:
> An image I've done following a travel in Genova (Italy). It shows th e ducal
> palace with two guards, an afternoon in 1595, just after the building of
> this marvellous  edifice.
> Only made with moray. The guards are my own work.
> Light, radiosity, rendered with pov-ray 3.6
> 
> You can see the image here
> 
> http://remy.closset.chez.tiscali.fr/palais_ducal.png
> 
> rémy closset
> 
> A permanent challenge for me, visually impaired.
> 
> 
  Very well done! However, the radiosity effect could be a bit stronger. 
But then it would take ages to render. Good work!

Arne


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From: Stephen McAvoy
Subject: Re: Genova, 1595
Date: 18 Jun 2004 22:22:42
Message: <9pq6d09qskp5ejoa3psdbn4jhsqhmc478j@4ax.com>
On Fri, 18 Jun 2004 22:00:13 +0200, Arne Kleinophorst
<Sir### [at] spamdebitelnet> wrote:

>  Very well done! However, the radiosity effect could be a bit stronger. 
>But then it would take ages to render. Good work!

Are you sure about that? 
I've always thought that Mediterranean light was too contrasty. The
shadows are very deep if there is a sunlit area like the courtyard.
Maybe I misunderstand the effects of radiosity as I don't use it
myself.

Regards
        Stephen


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