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Visionnext last won the day on December 27 2016

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  • First Name
    Walter
  • Last Name
    K.
  • C4D Ver
    18.057 Studio
  • Location
    Austria
  • Interests
    Characters, Landscapes, VrayForC4D

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  1. What kinda renderer is this ?

    I'm quite sure that Dan is right and it is a Daz figure rendered in Iray. I still see some room for improvement, but it is definitely well done.
  2. C4D Hair System

    Rectro's tutorials are always easy understandable and very helpful!
  3. C4D R20 - what do you guys expect?

    Improvements on Bodypaint/UV mapping Improved SDK for 3rd party render engines. Nodal materials Improvement on Xpresso and Python but overall, keep the stability and iron out existing bugs
  4. Riptide Pro working in R18?

    An update has been provided that works fine now in R18. So the issue is solved by the creator.
  5. The sad state of e-on:Where is Forester2

    I'm a World Machine/Geoglyph user for landscapes. I use Xfrog, Laubwerk and Surfacespread for plants and Real Displacement Textures for texturing the landscape. I also own Vue 2012 (stand alone) and Carbon Scatter for R15. It's a bit annoying that a new software comes up in a hype and the support gets weaker and weaker in time. I don't want to switch horses all the time. World Machine development is slowly continuing, but still there. Laubwerk still provides updates, but the hype seems to be gone as well. I already abandoned Vue and Carbon Scatter. The news regarding Forrester are interesting and I will certainly follow the development. I hope the marketing will keep their promises and Forrester will have a stable future. So please don't be another vendor that disappoints me :)
  6. Certificate expired

    Still a security warning on Firefox.
  7. C4D on a 4K Screen

    I use a 4k display on a 32" monitor. I can only recommend to switch off the Anti-aliasing in the Advanced Open GL settings. This increases the speed of the C4D editor. Unfortunately I have no solution for the tiny icons and text, but I got to used to it lately.
  8. V-Ray Materials

    You may have to adjust the materials in case they are for V1.9 and not for the new V3.6. V3.x also introduced the new standard material, which is a fast and simple solution for many situations. As far as I know 3DRender&Beyond made such materials so far.
  9. It also depends, if you plan to use plugins or external render engines. Some of the plugins are only available for PC. Vray for C4D has some minor short-commings on Mac due to different system behavior, but most of the software runs on Mac as well without any issues.
  10. Riptide Pro Issue

    Hi @Spanki, Great news. I really love Riptide Pro, but this bug was a bit annoying. I tried the C4D native import and the MDD importer of Riptide Pro and this worked quite well for basic figures. Nevertheless the OBJ import of Riptide Pro provides a lot more options.
  11. Bitcoin , GPU costs and future Rendering

    Just wait a bit. Bitcoins and Co. are under serious pressure and when the hype is gone, the price of the GPUs will drop again. I decided to delay the investment in a new rig to next year. AMD promised to provide a secure CPU with the Zen 2 architecture and GPUs will also be cheaper by then. This is an assumption of course.
  12. Mineral Reign texture Library

    This is a nice collection. I really consider getting it. My main render engine is Vray for C4D and the material channels seem to be sufficient.
  13. Studio MSA Price Increase

    My MSA was renewed in January at the current price, so I will have enough time to look at the improvements of R20. As I am doing a lot of characters lately, I'm curious about the things that MAXON will provide. The alternatives are not cheaper though (Modo, Maya,...) and I really like Cinema 4D. Let's see...
  14. The Asus monitor I talked about is available at approx. 1,400 EUR here in Europe. The Eizo is about 100 EUR cheaper.
  15. I got a replacement for my old 24", FullHD Eizo monitor and I'm super happy with it. Eizo FlexScan EV3237 (31.5", 3840x2160 and 80% AdobeRGB) an alternative would have been the ASUS ProArt PA329Q, which is a bit more expensive, but 32" and 99.5% AdobeRGB I decided myself for the Eizo, because the mechanics are very good and I never had a problem so far with Eizo.

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