These Photorealistic Renders Look Like Real Photos Taken with An Old Camera – Design You Trust

These Photorealistic Renders Look Like Real Photos Taken with An Old Camera

Have a look at marvelous renders in Blender Cycles presented by Blitter, one of the Blender Artists website users. These are all rendered in Cycles. The artist used a customized Daz model, morphs, and textures, plus a number of Blenderkit assets. Each render took from the latest series took approximately 10 minutes at 2048 samples with 2080 Ti.

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