Rainy Window

It's been a long time since I did something off from a tutorial, so I decided to do something learning from tutorial this time.

Today, I decided to use blenderguru.com for my tutorial for creating a rainy window.

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This is the process of creating a raindrops on the window.

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After adjusting the amount and the size of the water droplets, I thought of rendering this:

Rain_Drop_1.png

...So cool

Now, it's time to add more details to the image - the mist.

Rain_Drop_2.png

And the light.

Rain_Drop_3.png

Adding Light

The image looks really great! However it seems that there need to be more adjustment for the lighting.

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Configuring light

Rain_Drop_4.png

Light Adjustment

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Now, using the compositing node, I decided to add some depth of field into this work.

Rain_Drop_5.png

Depth of Field

...And vignette

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Vignette

The final result looks very fabulous, however I think there needs to be adjustment with the position of depth of field. Apart from that I was really satisfied with the final outcome.

Tutorial Help: www.blenderguru.com