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Tommi
03-17-2003, 05:33 PM
Pleeeeeaaase would someone post some links to the greatest Blender images? I'd like to see some Blender works!

Apollux
03-17-2003, 05:44 PM
That is something we all really in need for: A global gallery for Blender art that actually get updated on a regular basics. Even NaN failed on doing that and the gallery at elysiun is dead since more than a year.

For the time been, there is really good Blender Stuff at the Yafray gallery. The Exodus proyect has many atonishing screen shots from theyr upcomming blender movie.

Tommi
03-17-2003, 05:58 PM
No links at all?

harkyman
03-17-2003, 06:19 PM
Here's a pile o' links to what I consider my best work:

Mech Jabberwock (http://harkyman.home.attbi.com/jw06.jpg)

Mech Spiders (http://harkyman.home.attbi.com/cw06.jpg)

Mech Gorilla (WIP) (http://harkyman.home.attbi.com/posedmonkey.jpg)

It seems that I'm into the Mech thing.

Also, from my Sad Little Bird animated short:

http://harkyman.home.attbi.com/slb002.jpg
http://harkyman.home.attbi.com/slb006.jpg
http://harkyman.home.attbi.com/slb008.jpg

And finally, my 8th place entry in January's 3dluvr.com contest:

Dutch Sheep Barn (http://harkyman.home.attbi.com/barn01.jpg)

All of this artwork is modelled and rendered 100% in Blender. Photoshop was used for texture creation and some post-tweaking.

theeth
03-17-2003, 06:22 PM
in no particular order...

Shigeto Maeda http://www.oud-japan.co.jp/
The Exodus http://www.bobnet.org/~the-exodus/
YafRay: http://www.coala.uniovi.es/~jandro/noname/
The Elysiun galleries (lots of people, a bit old): http://www.elysiun.com/gallery.php
Elysiun CJs: http://www.elysiun.com/specials.php

and other

Martin

Tommi
03-17-2003, 06:57 PM
Thanks for the links so far!

harkyman, your images are stunning! I know it is possible somehow, but how did you manage the depth of field? Did you try this complicated trick, someone figured out in a very complicated tutorial... heck, I cannot recall anything about it... it was something with four cameras and... heck... I'm becoming old...

theeth
03-17-2003, 07:16 PM
just a little nottice. Harkyman's spider and jaberwock models were made for the Living Mechanics contest. You can find the other entries there: http://66.134.133.114/gallery.php
the voting results here: http://66.134.133.114/results.php
and the results thread on Elysiun here: http://www.elysiun.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=52028

Martin

JamesMK
03-17-2003, 07:49 PM
Well, I honestly think most of my stuff never really "gets there", but they will probably do as Blender render examples.

http://w1.480.telia.com/~u48033445/barbro7set_wire.jpg
http://w1.480.telia.com/~u48033445/images/surgopod_final_2.jpg
http://w1.480.telia.com/~u48033445/images/god_please_no.jpg

This last one is really old, I made it for the Milia exhibition in Cannes 2001 ::..
http://w1.480.telia.com/~u48033445/images/clanOfQuarantine.jpg

Tommi
03-17-2003, 07:58 PM
Wow, James, you put a lot of effort into your works... I couldn't get that far, because I do a lot of things besides 3D (probably too many things)...
It appears to me as if many Blender artists go a very creative and imaginative way of modelling. I've already seen a lot of "weird" things in the best sense of this word, made with Blender...

JamesMK
03-17-2003, 08:01 PM
Computer Arts mag once referred to Blender as "that quirky dutch 3D app", and I think that is maybe correct.

Blender attracts quirky modelers, hence the results are quirky and slightly weird. :D

Tommi
03-17-2003, 08:27 PM
quirky.... got to look up what that means... but sounds funny... somehow... quirky...:D

paradox
03-17-2003, 11:16 PM
Here is a link to my gallery. The last pcture at the bottom 'Franky'
is probably my best one. I entered it in the Blender halloween contest. Other pages on my site are experiments, ect.
http://hstrial-jgray1.homestead.com/gallery.html
Paradox

dreamsgate
03-18-2003, 01:32 AM
http://mysite.reblended.com/dreamsgate

I don't if my stuff qualifies as great blender work, but I'm pretty proud of it.

(Learning a whole new way of thinking when you are past 30, isn't as easy as some would think.):hmm:

Timonides
03-18-2003, 12:44 PM
Originally posted by theeth
........................................................
The Exodus http://www.bobnet.org/~the-exodus/
........................................................

Martin

If poor little skontar was around here ;) , he would be happy to see some of his spaceships posted in that list of yours, among with the excellent work of the other members of "The-Exodus" project.............


Originally posted by dreamsgate
.......................................(Learning a whole new way of thinking when you are past 30, isn't as easy as some would think.)

That is so damned true........................ :sad: :sad: :sad:

But then again it's never too late......... :thumbsup:


Spyros.

Apollux
03-18-2003, 05:09 PM
Paradox, I really like the idea of calling experimentation 'Abstract Art', and it looks quite nice, btw.

paradox
03-19-2003, 12:31 AM
Thanks Apollux, I learn from experimenting but sometimes I just come up with something that is not exactly a scene but still I like it. It is often some abstract not quite sure what it is so thus abstract art. Glad you liked it. Abstract is something that appeals to some but not to others.
paradox

burnhard
03-24-2003, 03:36 PM
Originally posted by theeth
just a little nottice. Harkyman's spider and jaberwock models were made for the Living Mechanics contest. You can find the other entries there: http://66.134.133.114/gallery.php
the voting results here: http://66.134.133.114/results.php
and the results thread on Elysiun here: http://www.elysiun.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=52028

Martin


I love the mecha bird in the other entries link! Must be hard being a judge! :shrug:

stephen2002
04-06-2003, 10:09 PM
What I consider to still be my most technically best work. Alas it is starting to get old:

http://rendermonitor.no-ip.com/content.php?t=intriguead

More stuff:
http://rendermonitor.no-ip.com/content.php?t=childrens
http://rendermonitor.no-ip.com/content.php?t=blenderad
http://rendermonitor.no-ip.com/content.php?t=dormroom


The 2nd one here used Blender for all of the graphics...it caused quite a stir here last time I posed it, but here goes again:
http://rendermonitor.no-ip.com/content.php?t=911

artificial3D
04-07-2003, 02:10 PM
ok... after lots of replies with shameless self-promotion, here's another one ;)
my gallery: http://www.artificial3d.com/gallery.htm
:D
.andy

Elsdon
04-15-2003, 09:17 PM
Here's my web site.

http://www.geocities.com/woodsmith102000/

It's all Blender. No yabel, no yafray, no plug ins, no scripts.

Hope you like it.

Elsdon

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