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02 February 2004, 03:21 PM
Hi everybody, this a geometrically simplified version
of my previous one, but I changed the texture
and add some features to it (internal bumpiness, and so on)

what do you think about? :)

here's my previous link:

Impossible glass object (

(made in Lightwave [7.5])


02 February 2004, 05:24 PM
Great, I love it :beer:

02 February 2004, 05:33 PM
I love the reflection on the bottom but I don't see any red in it. Very nice and it had a nice professional feel to it.

02 February 2004, 05:50 PM
Nice work
Beautiful color...

02 February 2004, 10:58 PM
I like it, but I wish you had done something more with it, like maybe incorporate the environment into the whole "impossible object" concept somehow. It just seems to me like you could've done something other than just putting it on a linoleum floor (which looks perfect BTW :D ).

03 March 2004, 08:55 AM
Hi guys! thank you very mmuch for your suggestions!
finally I get some feedback! :eek:

--- slackjaw10---

like maybe incorporate the environment into the whole "impossible object" concept somehow...

This is a great suggestion! The story behind was: I never used caustics and I would like to render a photoreal image with glass.. that's all. The first set was done with a three pieces of "impossible glass".. (see the links in the first post).
The backgroiund idea, so became: in a known environment,
there's something strange... (and this could be emproved I know)

maybe an an animation or another background... I'll work on this..

thank you very much! :D


03 March 2004, 09:43 AM
Somehow a red light on the floor seems to be missing as mentioned before... that's just been bugging me every time I see this image... otherwise I love the style, and the floor.... *drools*. Maybe add a red light and render it in... 1400x1050 and it's my desktop background! Nice work

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