Best way to do saturated foliage, render or post?

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16 Jun, 2014 Svyatoslav
16 Jun, 2014 # Re: Best way to do saturated foliage, render or post?
Visualization can see beautiful green foliage. In particular: and How is this achieved? I talked about the process through which, under the Translucency Refraction material. Although the school has a kind of visualization and simple bitmaps on the sides. And then a beautiful sky, texture, contrast and all that clean. In my visualizations still there is dust, dullness, unsaturation.


17 Jun, 2014 gus_ann (3dsmax vray expert)
17 Jun, 2014 # Re: Best way to do saturated foliage, render or post?
Svyatoslav, where shkola- this 3d trees. The last picture of Collon delivered Plain and appointed luminous material with the texture of nature. What problems do you have? I do not see any problems. Not enough brightness zeleni- Reach in Photoshop. Alternatively you can make a render item from the leaves of green material, and use it as a mask selection in Photoshop, then if you increase the contrast, lighten and add saturation, all these methods will act only on the greens, and you get a nice green effect.


17 Jun, 2014 gus_ann (3dsmax vray expert)
17 Jun, 2014 # Re: Best way to do saturated foliage, render or post?
A can be made in the Max. In the Material Editor, you take the pipette, you stick it in the foliage, so wood sheet material you appear in the editor. You go to a diffuse, there is a map sheet. Change this card for color correction with preservation of map sheet. Next reguliruesh color of this card: lighten, giving saturation, etc. You can do this through photoshop and:. Look what a map is in the diffusion, is loaded into Photoshop, reguliruesh, saved under a different name. The Max is reassigned. What is the best option to use up to you!


16 Jun, 2014 Svyatoslav
17 Jun, 2014 # Re: Best way to do saturated foliage, render or post?
On the plane I agree, also applied, with 3D models is not, withered leaves are still. 🙄


17 Jun, 2014 gus_ann (3dsmax vray expert)
17 Jun, 2014 # Re: Best way to do saturated foliage, render or post?
I do not really understand what it means to "faded", but judging from your question you want to make a sheet of transparent. What kind of tree models use? In general, the right material sheet - Vray2sidedMtl. The essence of it is that it is not applicable to objects having thickness (essentially Plain). The leaves just fall into this category. Applying this material, it turns out that it is superimposed on both sides of the plane. The material makes the material Front sheet, Back material do not touch (it is used only when it is necessary to make different material on both sides, let the curtain from the inside a blue and a yellow face). Further, for the transparency of the sheet corresponds to the parameter translucency. It has a color - 0,0,128. You darken the color opacity, brighten increased. In addition, the slot translucency can be put in black and white map of the transparency of the sheet and to wind the color value and the card mix. 100% - only affects the map, 50% - a mixture of half. Somehow, if your question is about this. In general, better and faster - to process the image in Photoshop, it is all the same it is necessary to handle, if you want a beautiful clear sky, contrast, saturation. All this is done at a stage of post-processing. Not only are you a picture of Max Output gray and sluggish, it affects nearly all renderers. I do believe that the right to receive in max what you do not have to finish - is the top skill. All work on the big visualizer consists of two main components: quality not noisy render = 50% success rate, the second post-processing = 50% success rate.


16 Jun, 2014 Svyatoslav
18 Jun, 2014 # Re: Best way to do saturated foliage, render or post?
Here, this is important information. Thank you! Do you have any links to monolingual classes post-production?


17 Jun, 2014 gus_ann (3dsmax vray expert)
19 Jun, 2014 # Re: Best way to do saturated foliage, render or post?

16 Jun, 2014 Svyatoslav
19 Jun, 2014 # Re: Best way to do saturated foliage, render or post?
A huge thank you! 👍


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