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Hi guys,

Maybe someone will be interested....

I'm posting 2 free scenes for all who's searching some more materials to learn.

1. Grass System

- remember to save geometry on disk and then use reproduce flow to render.

2. Mountain.

- quite cool for playing with VOPs.

Enjoy.

Szymon.

PS.

Done with 8.0.324

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grass04.zip

Mountain02.zip

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May God bless your soul!

Thanks a lot bro, I hope many more come forward and share their scenes...

Maybe the mods can add a new section to the wiki like library or something... btw does sidefx have a section to upload scene files in the sxchange area? Just curious...

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thanks a lot Szymon. ive often wondered where to begin with a grass system.

yes definitely upload them to the SideFX Exchange! :)

cheers

mark

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you are more than welcome!

I tried exchange but it doesn't work. Seems like more people are having problem with it.

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Yeah I was getting the problem of not being able to log on to it, so no uploads for the moment. I was beginning to wonder if it was just me though, so I'm kinda glad to here that it is a general problem. :(

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Hey, that's a nice clip Szymon! Mmm, motion blur... :P

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I noticed a little sizzle on it; which is common for very "noisy" shaders. I'd make a couple of suggestions:

*) Make sure you're using AntiAliased Noise VOPs whereever possible

*) Render your object with a Shading Quality higher than 1 - like 1.5 or 2.0. This will give you crisper displacements and should fight the sizzle.

Hope this helps,

Jason

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Cool... thanks Jason. I'll have a look into. Thanks for sugesstions. It's always good to know some more from experts.

I was testing it how far I can go with shader and this one renders pretty fast - about 30seconds - 1minute a frame. 640x320 with MBlur. Sweet.

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These scenes are available in SESI's exchange now.

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