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BSG Colonial Viper Mark II
Published 2 years ago
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Renderbricks
2 years ago
This model is still on MB but incomplete when I used another account before I started Renderbricks. So I reimported this LDD model by Stephan Schumann I found a while ago at MOCpages to make it complete.

Actually I use this scene to compare MODO with BLENDER. The first picture has been rendered with my actual MODO setup using rounded edges and no textures. The BLENDER Cycles version will be added soon.
Renderbricks
2 years ago
Renderings of the LEGO® moc BSG Colonial Viper Mark II by Stephan Schumann.

This is a comparison between MODO and BLENDER. It's hard to find the exact values for the directional and HDR lighting because both packages use different concepts.

I did not take much time to get them as close as possible. But the comparision shows that both shader setups will render a similar result.

MODO is using a rounded edge shader for the bevels of all parts while the BLENDER scene is using a new method to generate real bevels. This adds more visible detail to the bricks-structure.
Renderbricks
2 years ago
I had to set SSS from 0.5 to 1.5 to get this translucent effect of the thin white part at the right top side of the cockpit in BLENDER what happens with the SSS shader in MODO because of the directional (sun) light from the left hand side. Additionally I mix a HDR map to this. Due to different shader concepts and values the BLENDER shadows look darker.
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