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Old 26-09-2005, 10:20 PM   #1
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what is clay render.
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Old 27-09-2005, 12:48 AM   #2
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... It's a style of rendering that makes the model look as if it were made out of clay.

As for how to make one, I made this:
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The result:
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Also, the BG planes aren't necessary.

I don't know why the image came out so fuzzy. When it was rendered it was real smooth.

And if you didn't want to how it was made, I'm coming to kill you.
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images are a bit big for the forums, think its 640x480 unless you host them externally
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a real good clay render would be the last picture on this page done by dilberts ->

http://forum.simplymaya.com/showthre...5&pagenumber=3


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http://www.freewebs.com/extra3d/fina...ay_640x480.jpg
http://www.freewebs.com/extra3d/fina...ay_800x600.jpg
http://www.simmania.net/touringoz/images/trkcm.jpg


clay rendering rocks!
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How do you get it to look like that? Everyone I've asked has told me to make it like that and it just doesn't come out right.
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be good if you guys could give a really good description of how to do this as I really want to get it to look like clay, it looks awesome.
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thanx a lot for reply its very nice.
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hey i tried and here is the result so far. it gives pretty good result.i just change the background color for white and add a plane under my model.
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thats a pretty good start I´d say!
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Did you add the incandescent object (make it pretty big) and turn off Default Light?
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