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Im sure you all know "SFM porn"?
It stands for Source Filmmaker and its a easy tool for making what it says, small films using 3d models in the source engine.
I'm an SFM artist if you can call it that -pic not related- And I always wondered about this :
Is it legal to make money from commissions/patreon?
I mean, 99% of the people in SFM use stolen models. Even the nude bodies are stolen.
Props, backgrounds, graphics, hairs, everything has its copyright. And it doesnt belong only to one company, there are real artists and 3d modellers behind.
Everyone seems to have their paypal button or a patreon website so, thats the question. Is this legal?
They are not actually selling but..I think it can get you into trouble but nobody cares about that.
Am I missing something?
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I'm curious about Redshift. Has anyone here tried it?
There's been some talk about Corona and Octane but I've never seen this one mentioned.
I've been using Vray for a while and while I love the results I get, I'm not much of a fan the render times. Especially if I want to render proper DoF or motion blur and not add it in Nuke.
I've read a bit on some forums and by the looks of it, it's not quite on par with Corona when it comes to image quality, but otherwise it seems to be very good and extremely fast, which makes it an interesting alternative to Vray for animation purposes for me personally.
Comparing biased with unbiased rendering might be comparing apples and oranges, but still.