Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Postby gksl4 » Mon Feb 04, 2008 1:31 pm

I found these very nice renderings for Paul Russam΄s Church super model from Whaat at Indigo΄s Forum for SketchUp.

http://www.indigorenderer.com/joomla/fo ... c&start=15

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Re: Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Postby Paul Russam » Mon Feb 04, 2008 1:34 pm

Woh! that's a bit freaky - seeing your name as a topic title.

Now that's looking good, here's a photo of the real thing:
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Re: Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Postby Whaat » Mon Feb 04, 2008 1:37 pm

Paul,

That's for sharing the photo, and for inspiring us all with your incredible model!

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P.S. Do you have any other models you are willing to share?? :)
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Re: Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Postby CraigD » Mon Feb 04, 2008 1:38 pm

As I said when I first "went to" Paul's Church; INCREDIBLE work Paul!! Your work is so good that I thought the photo was a render of your model!!

Thanks for sharing Whaat's renders George!

Cheers,

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Re: Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Postby Paul Russam » Mon Feb 04, 2008 1:39 pm

Thanks all, this is what I'm working on at the moment:
http://www.sketchucation.com/scf/viewto ... 884&hilit=
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Re: Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Postby kwistenbiebel » Mon Feb 04, 2008 1:40 pm

Wow Paul, your modeling skills are really good.(both church as that latest project) and i must say whaat captured it really well in Inndigo....

For a moment I though that real photo was the next of Whaat's renderings :)
Great job Whaat! (and thank you for Skindigo which works really well !!)
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Re: Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Postby nomeradona » Mon Feb 04, 2008 1:42 pm

Paul, hats off on your model. really excellent. jut looking the amount of details, i could never hold my words to appreciate your work. btw the rendering is also good. but really high5 for the model by looking on that photo.
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Re: Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Postby Paul Russam » Mon Feb 04, 2008 1:43 pm

A couple of people have PM'd me asking for the model, so for a limited time I'll put it on the su.porta.ca site. Its large so I don't want to use the space for too long.

The interior model of the church 14.7Mb:
Edit: Link Removed on 14-11-2007 as promised

The textures used in the interior model 9.3Mb:
Edit: Link Removed on 14-11-2007 as promised

The exterior model of the church 3.4Mb:
Edit: Link Removed on 14-11-2007 as promised

The textures used in the exterior model 1.4Mb:
Edit: Link Removed on 14-11-2007 as promised

Have fun :D
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Re: Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Postby boofredlay » Mon Feb 04, 2008 1:45 pm

Paul you are a true gentelman.
Thanks.
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Re: Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Postby Whaat » Mon Feb 04, 2008 1:46 pm

Thanks so much for sharing these models, Paul!

Here's an (almost) one-click render from Indigo. The only things I did was add the ground plane, adjust the camera angle, and add a little reflection to the windows. This one cooked for about 25 minutes.
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Re: Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Postby Whaat » Mon Feb 04, 2008 1:49 pm

Here's another that I let cook for just under an hour. Just added an environment map that I found for free on the net and did a bit of post-pro to adjust the exposure and add some slight bloom.
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Re: Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Postby Paul Russam » Mon Feb 04, 2008 1:50 pm

Woh, that was quick of you, looking good, could you do one of the entrance area, I'm interested as to how that would come out.

Do you want to see the real thing?

Go to http://maps.live.com You'll probably have to be using internet explorer.
Change the search criteria to 'Location' and enter the following address:
"54 north street, lurgan, northern ireland, uk"

Change to 'Birds eye' view and there you go.
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Re: Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Postby solo » Mon Feb 04, 2008 1:52 pm

Excellent quality images, whats the building in fron of church? looks like the SS headquaters.
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Re: Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Postby Paul Russam » Mon Feb 04, 2008 1:52 pm

:D :D

Its a nursing home, but its shape has been commented on before, believe me :roll:
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Re: Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Postby solo » Mon Feb 04, 2008 1:56 pm

Hope you don't mind I ran your church through Podium, using noisy settings for 30 passes (about 9 minutes)

threw in a sky and logo in PSP.



I opted not to render an exact model, rather to change up the textures for another look (this way it doesn't seem like a challenge rather a rendering of a fantasticly modelled church)



For a bigger picture with lots of finer detail.

http://img138.imageshack.us/img138/9978/qpiiicu5.jpg
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Re: Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Postby Paul Russam » Mon Feb 04, 2008 1:57 pm

Wow, that looks good, its got a winter feel to it :thumb:
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Re: Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Postby Anssi » Mon Feb 04, 2008 1:58 pm

They look good to me too. The viewpoint make them look a bit spooky-traditionally this kind of architecture is presented in a 2-point perspective.

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Re: Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Postby Whaat » Mon Feb 04, 2008 1:59 pm

Solo,

Nice renders! I wish I had your artistic eye...great background image!
Here are two more done with Indigo.


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Re: Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Postby solo » Mon Feb 04, 2008 2:00 pm

Whaat, those are awesome, the first one looks like a photo. My rig ain't strong enough to smoothly navigate the interior, you did another fine job of that too. I especially like the lighting.
can Indigo do bloom? as having sunlight filter through the stained glass with a bloom effect would be amazing.
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Re: Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Postby Whaat » Mon Feb 04, 2008 2:02 pm

solo wrote:Whaat, those are awesome, the first one looks like a photo.
Thanks! To me, the second one looks more like a photo. I was trying to get a flashbulb type effect. I am going to try to tweak the stained glass material to get more contrast and less light bleeding (like the photo Paul provided.)
can Indigo do bloom? as having sunlight filter through the stained glass with a bloom effect would be amazing.

Yes, Indigo can do bloom. However, it is not efficient for Indigo to calculate bloom during a render. That's why there is no option to turn on bloom in the SkIndigo interface. It is better to add it in post-pro using 'Violet' (stand alone Indigo tonemapper application available on the Indigo website).
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Re: Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Postby Whaat » Mon Feb 04, 2008 2:03 pm

another one of the entrance...

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Re: Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Postby kwistenbiebel » Mon Feb 04, 2008 2:04 pm

That last image looks awesome Whaat.

I am experimenting a little with Paul's model myself.
A 'bombastique' rendering in Podium (not as photoreal though):

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Re: Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Postby Paul Russam » Mon Feb 04, 2008 2:06 pm

Fantastic Images guys.

One of my collogues pointed something out whilst looking at the last 2 images and I couldn't resist.......
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Edit:
Removed an image that could have/was misconstrued, I was trying to make a funny regarding the difference between the 2 rendering styles in the images above but seemed to have missed the mark a little.
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Re: Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Postby sepo » Mon Feb 04, 2008 2:08 pm

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Re: Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Postby Paul Russam » Mon Feb 04, 2008 2:11 pm

I don't follow any religion, the above visual comment was based on a rather exaggerated stereotypical image of the 2 religions. :?
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Re: Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Postby kwistenbiebel » Mon Feb 04, 2008 2:12 pm

I am not going into a religion thing...;) (but I would be careful not to arouse people though as it's a delicate subject to some)
Just rendering along. This time using Fry and with a slightly different stone texture:


I hope to try out Indigo for this scene (I like Whaats renderings a lot) as soon as I get the web based GUI to work.
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Re: Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Postby Paul Russam » Mon Feb 04, 2008 2:14 pm

Very nice, the new stone is a vast improvement on the existing material.

Note:
I've edited my previous post and removed the image.
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Re: Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Postby kwistenbiebel » Mon Feb 04, 2008 2:15 pm

Actually Paul, I liked the animated gif a lot. (going to hell....going to heaven). I would just have taken the literal religion names out.
Any chance to see an adapted version posted again?
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Re: Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Postby sepo » Mon Feb 04, 2008 2:16 pm

Fantastic renders...all of them.

Paul I really do not care one way or the other. But you know Northern Irland better than me...Less things sparkled all out war there in the past.
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Re: Paul Russam΄s Church and Indigo

Postby Whaat » Mon Feb 04, 2008 2:17 pm

kwistenbiebel wrote:I hope to try out Indigo for this scene (I like Whaats renderings a lot) as soon as I get the web based GUI to work.

Just thought I'd mention that biebel is referring to the VERY new beta of SkIndigo which still has some kinks to work out. The current official release is version 0.9.1 which (from all known accounts) is working perfectly.
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