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3 Mar 2024 06:58:03 EST (-0500)
  Re: Early Holiday Render  
From: Chris R
Date: 26 Nov 2023 23:25:00
Message: <web.656419a1c5d369f14589f4d5cc1b6e@news.povray.org>
"Chris R" <car### [at] comcastnet> wrote:
> I'm about done with this scene, but before I do the final high-quality render I
> thought I'd post this version to see if there are any suggestions.  This took
> about 10 hours to render; when I jack up the anti-aliasing and the radiosity
> settings it will take 2-4x that, so I'm planning to start it before leaving for
> the Thanksgiving holidays.
> Nothing terribly new here in terms of techniques.  I used some procedures I had
> previously played with for stained glass windows to do the nativity set and the
> "Merry Christmas" wall hanging.  A bunch of the models are reused from earlier
> renders, but updated with the latest techniques.
> Enjoy, comment soon, and I'll post the final render next week.
> -- Chris R.

Here is a more final rendering, although the string of lights hanging on the bar
did not come out as I expected them to, so I'll probably end up doing some more
experiments to get them right and then render again.  I may do a rendering with
focal blur too, but given that this took almost 4 days without any blur, that
may have to wait until I'm away from my computer for at least a week.

-- Chris R.

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