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  09 September 2005
Soap Sud, Nicolas Verdon (3D)



Title: Soap Sud
Name: Nicolas Verdon
Country: France
Software: BodyPaint, CINEMA 4D, Photoshop

Hi, i'm used Cinema4D, Bodypaint and photoshop to create this picture (my own kitchen in fact). Lights and texturing are really a funny game. thanks for C&C.
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  09 September 2005
perfecttttttttt
looking nice
just c4d
 
  09 September 2005
looks pretty great although I do have one crit, the water looks a little syrupy. I don't think it is the shader. I think it is the amount of taper you have on it.
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  09 September 2005
Originally Posted by Adam: looks pretty great although I do have one crit, the water looks a little syrupy. I don't think it is the shader. I think it is the amount of taper you have on it.


No the water is perfect according to me, just perfect. Consider the flow is quite low, it's not like it's completely going.
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  09 September 2005
Amazing render, textures and the reflections are great. Great work
 
  09 September 2005
Perfect! It seems a photo!
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  09 September 2005
nice composition !

la tasse a thé lipton à un peut trop de reflets, ainsi que les carreaux du mur. en fait, voila, ce qui me dérange...y a des reflets partout partout, et on a du mal à respirer.

je critique, je critique, mais c'est quand meme un bien belle image
 
  09 September 2005
the water blew me away.
whole composition is very nice
with great modelling and awesome materials
perfect stuff
congratulations
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  09 September 2005
great work man
 
  09 September 2005
Smile Nice, but still there is a little problem

It looks pretty good, but it's somethig that bothers and that is to much reflectivity. I can see that even the soap reflects the plates and the other things that are in the sink . And as a matter of logic I think that those eggs don't belong there...near the soap . Mayby you shoud try to take more comprehensive picture by taking the camera a little further from the objects of interest, but that is just my point of view.
Keep up the good work!
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  09 September 2005
message deleted because of my french..hum hum..sorry, i will try to spik englich.

veri nice composition !

ze fings zat disturb mi, is ze reflects in ze scene. zere is tou much riflects for me, and i am agree with Cblazer for zat .

there is to much things to see in your picture, and nothing to focus in it.

the modelisation of the water is very simple, but impressive. il love it.

i would love to see a little dof on the scene and some caustics to.

once again, superbe travail
 
  09 September 2005
nice scane man, i like materials
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  09 September 2005



see? the water's great
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  09 September 2005
Wow that is a beautiful image! I love the composition, the lighting, the modeling, and and and and...

The only thing that stood out to me was that wooden handle in the sink. Something looks odd about it that makes it seem not real. Not sure what it is though.

Also, like someone mentioned earlier, having the eggs just out on the counter seems a little odd. They would go bad so quickly!
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  09 September 2005
Good job, I like it very much!!!
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