I had a second serious try with the Blender to Octane integrated plugin, this time in an interior environment.

For this exercise I mainly focused on the lighting, playing with emitter planes behind the windows to increase the light entering in the room. I also avoid the usual mix of hdr and sun renders to get the result in one single pass.

I mainly used direct lighting diffuse and a bit of pathtracing, render time was relatively fast, about 30min to 1h in a quite small res of 1200x900 on two gtx580.

All the images were post processed mainly to get a better contrast. As usual everything was modeled with Blender.

Playing with Blender to Octane
Playing with Blender to Octane
Playing with Blender to Octane
Playing with Blender to Octane
Playing with Blender to Octane
Playing with Blender to Octane
Playing with Blender to Octane
Playing with Blender to Octane
Playing with Blender to Octane
Playing with Blender to Octane
Playing with Blender to Octane
Playing with Blender to Octane
Playing with Blender to Octane
Playing with Blender to Octane
Playing with Blender to Octane
Playing with Blender to Octane
Playing with Blender to Octane
Playing with Blender to Octane
Playing with Blender to Octane
Playing with Blender to Octane
 
 

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0 #4 Alexis Vivet 2014-07-24 23:35
Hi Enrico,

I wonder how do you get such a clear image!
Trying to work with Octane in those resolutions I always get a blurry image and never in such a short time.
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0 #3 Umberto 2014-04-03 16:39
Let me ask you another question: where do you find inspiration for your work?

Regards.
Umberto
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0 #2 Enrico Cerica 2014-02-16 09:40
Thanks Umberto,

Well I'm pretty sure Cycles is able to provide very realistic results, like Octane it's a unbiased renderer, so the result should be similar. I don't have experience with Cycles but I find Octane quite fast and I'm familiar with it, one day I should really have a serious try with Cycles.
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0 #1 Umberto 2014-01-28 14:24
Hi Enrico,
your works are beautiful!
I'm a 3D artist also and I work with Blender and Cycles Render.
I would like to ask you a question: do you think is more realistic Cycles or Octane Render?

Regards.
Umberto
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