Out for Blender!
After being heavily requested, the FlippedNormals Lighting Scenes is finally out for Blender – ready to make all of your models look stunning in seconds. It’s designed to work with Cycles, which produces beautiful work.
Lighting can be incredibly hard to get right so we took the guesswork out of the equation. Our solution is one which produces a brilliant render in seconds: You simply drag your model into the scene – ready to be rendered!
Millions of Combinations
Our easy-to-use lighting scenes allows you to spend less time on technical hassles and more on making your work look great. The product comes packed with 12 unique lighting scenes and more than 30 different materials. All of these can be mixed and matched for even more awesome results!
Try It Out
Check out the free version of the FlippedNormals Lighting Scenes. This contains 1 of the 20 setups ready to be used!
What They Say
“The FlippedNormals Lighting Scenes has made my life much easier. I no longer have to worry about lighting and rendering; I can now fully focus on creating a great model and achieve a professional look in a matter of minutes”
Emilie Stabell – Character and Environmental Artist at Media Molecule
The FlippedNormals Lighting Scenes is an invaluable resource for showcasing my modeling work. With its ease of use and incredible results, it’s a must-have for anyone wanting to create stunning renders of their renders.
William Vaughan – Award winning, writer & director.
“The FlippedNormals Lighting Scenes has allowed us to produce amazing renders in just minutes, rather than hours. It has resulted in much faster turnaround not only for ourselves, but also for our clients.”
James Busby – Director at Ten24
- Blender 2.79b
- Lighting Scene Blend File
- Line up sheet
- Filmic has been disabled by default – along with Denoising. This is to match it to our other scenes as closely as we can. That said, feel free to enable these features – both in the Properties Editor
- Render Layers (Top Right of the UI) – Enable Denoising. Default settings are fine.
- Scene (Top Right of the UI) – Color Management – Render: – View: Filmic
- If Blender freezes due to ‘unknown’ CUDA errors, check out the fix here.
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