TheBounty is a free montecarlo raytracing engine.

Raytracing is a rendering technique for generating realistic images by tracing the path of light through a 3D scene. A render engine consists of a specialised computer program that interacts with a host 3D application to provide specific raytracing capabilities "on demand".

The TheBounty engine is supported in Blender and Wings 3D.

Japanese lanterns

model and render by sembei: Japanese lanters, skybox by sblaptopman

Watch juhaw

Rendered by JuhaW: Watch, modelled by ptaszek


TheBounty at Blendiberia 2019

by povmaniac

This year, Blendiberia, the largest event for Blender users in Spain, is held in Madrid, in the moder

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Spam filter

by povmaniac

If you want to register in the forum to ask any questions or publish some content, please send an ema

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TheBounty project license(edited)

by povmaniac

After carefully studying the new version of the LGPL3 license, I decided to revert the version change

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Working on the exporter to make it fast...

by rubdos

... real fast. People are complaining that export times (from within Blender to TheBounty) are terrib

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New website rubdos

Heads up guys! I'm building the new TheBounty website. At the moment it's a simple and pretty default Twitter Bootstrap 3.x based website, running on Ruby on Rails. You can create an account and sign in. Still have to do a lot of restyling though.

There's still a lot of work to do. This news section is dummy at the moment, I'm writing this manually in HTML...

I will also make a sidebar at the right (like stackoverflow), so this text wont be too wide. I'll put useful stuff there: latest GitHub commits and stuff like that.
I'll probably put a login form in the Account dropdown too, to make it faster to login.

This website is meant to discuss further development of TheBounty, sharing experience, stuff like that.

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Scandinavian Bedroom by odilkhan yakubov
VDB volume support by povmaniac
Volume vdb
Another texture exercise by povmaniac