Corona Renderer for Cinema 4D
Corona Renderer for Cinema 4D

SIgor

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    Igor
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    Severic
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  1. No need to delete it, as long there is a solution in it and 'Marked as Solved' tag! :)
  2. You can check the STORE, You Tube Channel or send a support ticket for an access to 30GB of free learning files. :)
  3. Congrats, looking gooood. :)
  4. Looks great, one thing I noticed is that brick wall...its not good as other materials, otherwise, good job. What I found is that Maxwell can be very efficient with render farm. Guys at RenderStorm have great support for Maxwell. I did so many renders with their farm and saved a lot of hours rendering on my laptop.
  5. Yep, agreed, very well done! :) Congrats! Tell us little more about the project if possible! :)
  6. looks good, great job! Keep them coming... ;)
  7. UVs looks great...maybe on the first sets of UVs you could use space little better, otherwise, everything looks good. :)
  8. Having so much beta testers in every area of 3D, gives them ability to really know what are the issues and what has to be addressed and fixed etc..
  9. Hi and welcome! :) can you upload that scene file? Unfortunately CAD exports are bad to the bone. I am working on agricultural machines that are exported from CAD and we tried many things, but nothing helped. One thing I can see that you are missing normal tag from object manager. That should be there and you really cant use SB with this kind of a model.
  10. Well, I hope so, £1500 is big chunk of money. Make sure you share some prints if you decide to buy it. :)
  11. Thanks @lopakam for extensive info, really appreciated. I just dont know how I manage to miss this.
  12. I dont know, knowing your eagerness to perfection, I am somehow sure you will not be happy with the prints. :/
  13. Unfortunately with cheaper solutions you will be disappointed with the quality of the prints. 3D printing is still something that needs few years to be on the top with quality with cheaper printers.
  14. WoW, absolutely amazing! :O
  15. I will definitely check that out, for a long time I am trying to find something like this. Thank you! :)