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Hey. I'm working on my senior thesis and I was very interested in some NPR rendering.

There are tons of renderers that cater to photorealism like arnold but I've seen some cool art recently that I'd like to tap into.

I'm currently working on pic related but I have a certain look I am aiming for that I just can't seem to dissect. I've seen cool effects done in ShaderFX but I need to somehow construct my shader to work with Vray because I plan to composite the passes in Nuke.

My references that I am aiming for are as follows:

https://youtu.be/JSSILyBYtfs

And

https://youtu.be/MCxjuXre3Dw

This thread is generally for deconstructing cool NPR shaders/effects and maybe sharing ideas for me and others to have cooler stylized rendering.

If ya got any ideas or questions, post 'em here.



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