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Hey /3/,

i'm learning 3D and my objective is to reach the level of Zigor Samaniego.

i have a long road yet, but some questions pop on my head while following his lessons on domestika:

In the course files and his videos, he let the scene files on a folder, but when i open and try to render it, it says that octane render is necessary...

is it possible to reach the same render results without fucking octane?
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more examples:
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>>593600
Sure, Octane is just a GPU renderer, so you can use any rendering engine you want, but it means you’ll have to apply your own knowledge of that renderer’s shaders to get the same result, rather than following on with what’s in the example files. Having to rebuild shaders for another engine would probably make for good exercise anyway.
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is it possible to achieve these results with blender?
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>>593616
Why not, those renders don't look anything special anyway.
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>>593600
From the technical point of view, his artwork is pretty simple. The "level" is quite easy to reach. The imagination and vision is what makes him unique.




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