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From: Tor Olav Kristensen
Subject: Glass Flower (62KB)
Date: 17 May 2000 23:59:53
Message: <3923321F.96D34024@hotmail.com>
This is the same shape as in my "Another Quiz"
posting. This time there are 4 of them (as in 
the code for the solution), and now they are 
made of glass.

Please comment.

Tor Olav
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From: Bob Hughes
Subject: Re: Glass Flower (62KB)
Date: 18 May 2000 01:13:45
Message: <392343c9@news.povray.org>
For a completely transparent object it really stands out against the
background, giving it a nice realism.

Bob

"Tor Olav Kristensen" <tor### [at] hotmailcom> wrote in message
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| This is the same shape as in my "Another Quiz"
| posting. This time there are 4 of them (as in
| the code for the solution), and now they are
| made of glass.
|
| Please comment.


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From: David Fontaine
Subject: Re: Glass Flower (62KB)
Date: 18 May 2000 02:39:54
Message: <39235731.58E872FB@faricy.net>
I agree about it standing out. Good composition. (And it's a symmetrical
object on an asymmetrical background, kind of a strange effect if you think
about it long enough.)
I bet the render time was loooooong...


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From: Moon47
Subject: Re: Glass Flower (62KB)
Date: 18 May 2000 04:13:20
Message: <39221F24.B16B2004@earthlink.net>
Quite a beautiful spectacle... A purple color to the glass/crystal with blue
or reddish streaks would look nice standing alone in a beam of light...

Tor Olav Kristensen wrote:

> This is the same shape as in my "Another Quiz"
> posting. This time there are 4 of them (as in
> the code for the solution), and now they are
> made of glass.
>
> Please comment.
>
> Tor Olav
> --
> mailto:tor### [at] hotmailcom
> http://www.crosswinds.net/~tok/tokrays.html
>
>   ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>  [Image]


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From: Bill DeWitt
Subject: Re: Glass Flower (62KB)
Date: 18 May 2000 04:29:29
Message: <392371a9$1@news.povray.org>
"Tor Olav Kristensen" <tor### [at] hotmailcom> wrote in message
news:3923321F.96D34024@hotmail.com...
>
> This is the same shape as in my "Another Quiz"
> posting. This time there are 4 of them (as in
> the code for the solution), and now they are
> made of glass

    Must be an Orchid.


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From: Jim Kress
Subject: Re: Glass Flower (62KB)
Date: 18 May 2000 04:29:58
Message: <392371c6$1@news.povray.org>
Very elegant!

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Tor Olav Kristensen <tor### [at] hotmailcom> wrote in message
news:3923321F.96D34024@hotmail.com...
>
> This is the same shape as in my "Another Quiz"
> posting. This time there are 4 of them (as in
> the code for the solution), and now they are
> made of glass.
>
> Please comment.
>
> Tor Olav
> --
> mailto:tor### [at] hotmailcom
> http://www.crosswinds.net/~tok/tokrays.html


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From: Christoph Hormann
Subject: Re: Glass Flower (62KB)
Date: 18 May 2000 05:35:53
Message: <39238135.B1A076D4@gmx.de>
Nice Image, esp. good model

Maybe you should try lighting from one side and a slight color for the
glass, even though it would destroy the symmetry.    

And How about turning it upside down :-)

Christoph


Tor Olav Kristensen wrote:
> 
> This is the same shape as in my "Another Quiz"
> posting. This time there are 4 of them (as in
> the code for the solution), and now they are
> made of glass.
> 
> Please comment.
> 
> Tor Olav
> --
> mailto:tor### [at] hotmailcom
> http://www.crosswinds.net/~tok/tokrays.html
> 
>   ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>  [Image]

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From: Azrael
Subject: Re: Glass Flower (62KB)
Date: 18 May 2000 07:08:38
Message: <392396D0.FDD85C35@chez.com>
Very nice... (well, okay, sooo nice that I saved it on my hard disk :)).
I find it a bit butterfly-like. 
Perhaps needs some colors, for a flower? Can we have a sample with more
colors?
Well, after all, maybe that's just me, so don't bother about that :))

Azrael
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May all your dreams but one become true.

Azrael <azr### [at] chezcom>
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From: Fabien Hénon
Subject: Re: Glass Flower (62KB)
Date: 18 May 2000 11:48:27
Message: <3923D84D.BB80772B@club-internet.fr>
Nice one.

What is your max_trace_level, and how long did it take to render ?

I see dark areas in the petals. Is it POV which stopped shooting rays or is it
your black background which is refracted ?

Tor Olav Kristensen a écrit :

> This is the same shape as in my "Another Quiz"
> posting. This time there are 4 of them (as in
> the code for the solution), and now they are
> made of glass.
>
> Please comment.
>
> Tor Olav
> --
> mailto:tor### [at] hotmailcom
> http://www.crosswinds.net/~tok/tokrays.html
>
>   ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>  [Image]


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From: Xplo Eristotle
Subject: Re: Glass Flower (62KB)
Date: 18 May 2000 18:01:51
Message: <39243199.807B1675@unforgettable.com>
Tor Olav Kristensen wrote:
> 
> This is the same shape as in my "Another Quiz"
> posting. This time there are 4 of them (as in
> the code for the solution), and now they are
> made of glass.
> 
> Please comment.

Very nice model, but I don't like the background colors much.

Also, real glass tends to exhibit variable reflection; in my own
experiments I've found that type 0 with a falloff power of 2 or so
provides a fairly realistic look (though it may not be mathematically accurate).

The highlights seem a little large in places.

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