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01-05-2007, 01:45 PM
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Title: Piscine
Name: Thomas EID
Country: France
Software: CINEMA 4D, Photoshop

Here is a little piece of my swimming pool. I'll use it for a short film.

Hope you like it.

c&cs are welcome.

For a few details, the WIP http://www.frenchcinema4d.com/forum/index.php?topic=16922.0
(in french but i left all pictures, screenshots...)

And there, the both renders in full definition :

(click it to enlarge)
http://thomas.zozo.free.fr/bank_other/FC4D/piscine/Post/RenduA.jpg (http://thomas.zozo.free.fr/bank_other/FC4D/piscine/Post/RenduAfull.jpg)

http://thomas.zozo.free.fr/bank_other/FC4D/piscine/Post/RenduB.jpg (http://thomas.zozo.free.fr/bank_other/FC4D/piscine/Post/RenduBfull.jpg)

01-07-2007, 09:40 AM
Hi thomas,

congratulations, that's an awesome job you did there :thumbsup:

The final renders really look fabulous :)

I'm really looking forward for your next W.I.P.,

keep up the great work ;)


01-07-2007, 11:06 AM
Nice photo real render, not mush else to say as there's not much else going on. good work

01-08-2007, 09:22 AM
hi thomas-eid,
this is really beautiful work.
i was so impressed that i run through all 17 pages of the wip projects.
great lighting and texturing.

ps: i didn't understand how you did the the leaf mesh.
is it xpresso controlled, (as you post on your wip) or did you use the replica plugin?
edit: (ok i got it, i passed lierre.gif too quicky!)

keep it up :thumbsup:

george drakakis

01-08-2007, 09:34 AM
Thx for your replies !

George, the leaf was made with the replica plug-in, xpresso was just an hypothesis.
I also use another plug, NoiseDeformer, to crumple the mesh. I'm working on animate fonction of NoiseDeformer to make wind in my video.

Here is the mini-tut of the leaf

01-08-2007, 10:13 AM
tnx thomas-eid,
btw your work made me reconsider the stochastic mode as a render option.

ps: for your next water/pool scene maybe this will make your material workflow easier

01-08-2007, 10:36 AM
fab work. keep it up. love your textures! and thanks for the mini-tut

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