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  01 January 2004
what a great job !!!!

and so nice detailled
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  01 January 2004
The lighting/shading is spot-on. Perfect.
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  01 January 2004
This is fantastic looking. How long does this sort of project take, modeling, maps, and lighting wise? 10 minutes, a day, and week?

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  01 January 2004
This one rocks my mind!!! I LOVE it!!
Heck, I love you went completely overboard and modelled dirt and little things like that... and those numbers on the dice! I was shocked to see they were actually maps? How the heck did you do that! .. In my everlasting quest to render photoreal, you are a real example!
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  01 January 2004
Elite!

Me and my flatmate just had an argument. He swore that was a photo.... then I showed him the wire renders. (which look great too, almost looks like paper/origami )

My only suggestion, and I really have no right to judge, but the bag doesn't quite fall right with the die that is half-in-half-out. That and/or the light that falls on the bag coming through this die seems too light/reflective.

Something around that area arouses suspicion.

But really, it's great, very nice work!! (must of taken days to render )
 
  01 January 2004
Very nice. The details help sell the realism.

This image has a +2 against ogres!
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  01 January 2004
err...
All the dice are 20 sided.
What kind of game would THAT make?


Before you think I'm serious. This is of course grade A work!
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  01 January 2004
Excellent rendering!

My only crit is that I'd like to see a variety of dice such as 4, 6, 10 sided dice.
 
  01 January 2004
waauaaaawwww

so realistic!! you even modeled some dust, or are they pieces of the eraser :s

great job!!!
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  01 January 2004
Can't believe that this is CG
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  01 January 2004
Heya, excellent image, i'm falling for this one, just reminds me of my old roleplaying days : )

Fun thing is i have a dice bag almosts like this one... just one thing, though, as already noted, there should be a lot more than just 20 sided ones, i mean, no role play ever got played with only one kind of dice...

anyhow, and apart from this, great image !

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  01 January 2004
Impressive !!
excellent work on modeling texturing en rendering.
looks like a photogragh, despite the fact that the litte bag looks a bit less realistic, I mean the shape and surface is too regular and perfect compared to the texture.

good job
 
  01 January 2004
Great image.

I would add a little more bounce light from the paper so the underside of the dice that are resting on the paper are not so dark. Also don't forget about the 6, 8 and 10 sided dice!
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  01 January 2004
one word for me: INCREDIBLE!!!!!

Without the wire I've thought it was a photo

Ciao

five stars for me


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  01 January 2004
There is absolutely nothing wrong with this image. It is easily the most realistic render I have ever seen. Honest.
 
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