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boonet
06-23-2004, 10:19 AM
Hi
This is a quick composite test realized over a HD frame: we basically had some kitchen props plus some packages left from previous works and decided to integrate them over a less neutral backdrop. Some things could be integrated in a better way, but what you see is enough for our purposes now ;)
Total execution time: 6 hours. Rendertime around 10 minutes/frame. Maya5.0+MR3.2.

Cheers
Boonet


http://www.edenlab.com/images/luke_kitchen/kitchen_comp.jpg[/url]

http://www.edenlab.com/images/luke_kitchen/kitchen_plate.jpg (http://www.edenlab.com/images/luke_kitchen/kitchen_comp.jpg)

http://www.edenlab.com/images/luke_kitchen/kitchen_wireframe.jpg

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Frank Dodd
06-23-2004, 01:12 PM
An excellent piece of work, the foreground is all but indistinguishable from the background. Very nicely assembled a relatively simple set of models that have been very well textured and illuminated to produce a seamless final image.

Very well done indeed.

lac
06-23-2004, 01:21 PM
very impresive work,
I just dislike the way that yoke is "embedded" into the table, if you understand me

: )
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tomaa
06-23-2004, 03:20 PM
looks very realistic man!!

except the fork in the table, it looks more like, it would be standing on the table...

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