LuxRender Chess Set

  • October 22, 2012
  • 862 Downloads
  • 5 Likes
  • Blender 2.6x
  • Render: LuxRender
  • Creator: BlenderMagic
  • License: CC-BY
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Description:

This was something I decided to do after having discovered LuxRender. It was mainly meant for fun, but in the end, I took a good bit of time on it and was quite happy with the result. In the preview, the pieces are scattered about, but don't worry, the other pieces are on layer 3. Most of the textures (walls, floor) are from the LuxRender database, so you won't need to worry about chasing textures from CGTextures. Also, credit to binarycortex, who created the Jade material in the LuxRender Materials Database. I credit them because I modified his Jade material to make the material for the white pieces.

Also note, in this preview image, I added bloom, vignette, chromatic aberration, and glare within LuxRender.

Also, the poly count is reasonably high poly. Each piece is around 120,000 verts with the subdivision surface modifier at level 1.

Enjoy the blend!

Comments:

  • Wooxen profile picture
    Wooxen

    Very good model, and realistic too...

    Edited October 22, 2012
  • BlenderMagic profile picture
    BlenderMagic

    Thanks very much!

    Edited October 22, 2012
  • cleaver profile picture
    cleaver

    I like it very much! Looks very natural, thank you!

    Written October 24, 2012
  • BlenderMagic profile picture
    BlenderMagic

    No problem! I'm glad you like it!

    Written October 25, 2012
  • OBI_Ron profile picture
    OBI_Ron

    BlenderMagic,

    Nice blend! I added an exit portal to the scene, and the rendering efficiency went from about 350% to ove 1400%.

    Written March 02, 2013
  • JPL profile picture
    JPL

    What do you mean?

    Written April 24, 2014
  • billyblend profile picture
    billyblend

    i think they meant that it rendered a lot lot quicker

    Written March 14, 2016
  • somnath profile picture
    somnath

    Thanks for the model.. Saved my Time

    Written April 03, 2015