You have to stack a little bit closer to each other so you will need more copies, and use slight “fast blur” to it.
But anyway it is impossible to avoid this visualy or your render time will be horrible with 100 of copies. You have to find most optimal variant of copies and distance from each other, usualy it depens on the size of logo.
Turn on Depth of Field on your camera and find a value that works best. Be warned – if you have a lot of copies DoF will make your render times even longer.
I have 14 copies, and 2 pixels between the layers. Well, i tried with Fast blur, but the logo was so too much blurred and also it wasn’t smooth. :/ And i did another version too, i used an adjustment layer and moved below the first logo layer. it was good. but the first logo layer didnt matched with other ones. ill upload a picture how it looks like.
As you can see, it isnt looking cool. also i moved the first layer 2 pixels too from the next layer. Soo any idea how can i fix that?
Hello aron66, you don’t need too many copies and no fast blur. Depth of Field is also wrong, because of the horrible render time. Inside my “3D Black Classic Logo” project I’ve used an very old standard effect. Most artists here never use it before for 3D. So the best way to find out how it works is to purchase my file. maupa