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My Bio
Current Residence: Greece
Favourite genre of music: Post, metal, punk, gothic, alternative-Rock
Favourite style of art: Digital Art, Surrealism, Minimalism
Operating System: ms-dos 6.22
Favourite cartoon character: Panthro

Favourite Visual Artist
Dali, Kafka
Favourite Writers
Carlos Castaneda
Favourite Games
Super atou
Tools of the Trade
After effects and Cinema4D mostly
Other Interests
music movies reading cooking swimming
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Thanks for the :+fav:!
thanks for the watch!
No problem!! You have excellent works! Bravo.
I see in many projects of yours, that you are using Fryrender. is better than vray? Is it worth to start learning it?
What's your opinion?
Thanks in advance.
All of my renders here on dA :) I work often together with AixSponza, and there they use VRay as main engine. So I know both engines and - of course that's just my personal opinion - i totally prefer fryrender, the results are much more photoreal (through the physically correct approach of the engine), and the material system is so easy but powerful (using real-world values). If you work with fryrender (or Arion Render which follows similar principles and is compatible to fry), you need just to think about how things are in the real world and work like that. You don't need to "translate" things into fantasy-values (like in Modo's engine where Fresnel is a value between 0% and 100% and nobody on earth knows what that means :D ).
John, thank for your reply and your information about fryrender.
As many other softwares, fryrender needs to learn from scratch. I hope i get some time to spend.
Man, you work with AixSponza?? One of the greatest production companies ever my opinion.
Very nice, i really like whatever they do and they are very inspiring.. Congrats!
Thanks again and keep up the good work..

Giorgos
Thanks 4 the watch!
No problem at all.. you have excellent works.. keep up!