Advanced 3D Photorealism Techniques by Bill Fleming

By Bill Fleming

This e-book, like Bill's previous one, bargains more often than not with detailing of versions (geometry) basically. It doesn't talk about fabrics intensive, or lights, worldwide Illumination and so on. So a wide a part of what makes scenes photrealistic isn't really touched upon. extra importantly, his geometry detailing ideas will doubtless upload a few zillion polygons. No dialogue on that both- no scheme is gifted to maintain a count number of polygons, or hold them inside of brilliant limits.
Without right lights and fabrics, invoice doesn't particularly produce photorealistic results.
The description of imaginary worlds and creatures is unimaginative and tedious.
The underlying rules are noteworthy, yet might be summarised in a single web page- which i believe invoice *has* performed: it is there someplace on the web.

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Now take a look at the wood poles behind the toilet. These are simple branches that still have bark, so they are also rough to the touch. Okay, so the wood is the most obvious textured surface. Now let’s look at something less obvious, like the clay on the toilet. Notice how the clay is both rough and smooth at the same time. There are patches of roughness and areas where it’s relatively smooth. This is an excellent use of texture. Natural objects don’t have the same surface texture over their entire surface.

6) and see where the aging was added. Start with the toilet clay. Notice how it’s covered in pits and cracks. It also has a number of depressions where the clay has dried up and fallen off. If the clay had a consistent texture, it would look brand new and definitely out of place in this setting where we have grass growing everywhere, telling us that the toilet has been around a while. Since we’re looking at the clay, we might as well examine the rocks next. Notice how they are a variety of colors.

Of course, the environmental conditions also have a large influence on specularity. In a humid environment such as this, the objects will all be slightly specular since there is moisture in the air. If this were a desert shot there would be little specularity except on those objects that stored moisture such as plants. As you can see, it’s important to identify the environmental conditions of the scene to properly apply specularity. Now that you have a handle on specularity, let’s take a look at the sixth principle of 3D photorealism: dirt, dust, and rot.

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