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bwtr
24/03/2006, 05h18
My Wife suggests this looks less like my personality than the previos one!!!!!

bwtr
24/03/2006, 07h45
And no one--YET--has said TRUE!

DudeDudely222
24/03/2006, 08h30
I can't remember what your previous one was...

bwtr
24/03/2006, 09h16
WHICH, makes a point about several threads in which I have suggested that many realy overdo the quality of thier renders--images are looked at for part of a second--and forgotten!!!!! Being "precious" on quality is a waste of computer time!

Thomas
24/03/2006, 09h24
bwtr: no problems about changing your avatar, but please, post your message in the good section, thanks :)

DudeDudely222
24/03/2006, 09h27
Lol, yeah I agree. But if I remember it correctly you had a sort of panama hat and it was rather green right? If that is the one, it did show quite a bit of chracter, but I think this one does just as well.

LoneGunman
24/03/2006, 09h28
WHICH, makes a point about several threads in which I have suggested that many realy overdo the quality of thier renders--images are looked at for part of a second--and forgotten!!!!! Being "precious" on quality is a waste of computer time!

Why it would be waste of computer time ??? My computer works 24/7 for the last 2 years, it better be rendering something why I sleep or I'm at work!

I like it when I wake up and a nice looking render is waiting for me, what a great way to start your new day !!! :hi:

bwtr
24/03/2006, 09h30
Thomas, which is the "good" section?--thought they were all good!.
As a supplement to my earlier comment--- "The Imagery is more important than the quality of the image!" Hope that is understood.

Thomas
24/03/2006, 09h36
You posted in Carrara section. Your message is not related to Carrara at all, then, I move the thread to misc discussion :)

bwtr
24/03/2006, 09h47
But then, for me, I thought the Carrara thread was most appropriate! We don't all have the same perspectives.

Thomas
24/03/2006, 12h21
Your avatar is related to Carrara or yourself ? :)

bwtr
25/03/2006, 01h22
The whole exercise, as proven by the very first response, relates to image identification, the image "impact" (as a brief summary of explanation), and the follow through, which I also predicted, of the general lack of necessity for setting high quality rendering standards, with those slow render times, IN CARRARA!
This was highlighted in one of your comments in relation to Hexagon 2 which has a range of 7 "softening" stages. You pointed out that, in real life, only a maximum of 3 are normally required.
Hope that makes sence.
p.s. Are you presuming the image is of me?

bwtr
25/03/2006, 03h30
Lone Sailor, if you are looking at this thread, I think this image would represent us, don't you?