|11 November 2002||#34|
Lord of the postsportfolio
I love it. some good lightings. but always you want to get a fill lights on the shadow areas too.
|11 November 2002||#38|
one red room flash animation
Join Date: Mar 2002
I went to your web page and I think my jaw dropped looking at your gallery.
Uh- got any tips. I'm a lightwave kinda girl. what resources do you use.
Any books or links or classes etc. I can get to someday get there?
especially for texturing and lighting.
<-this is me checking out your stuff
|11 November 2002||#40|
Join Date: Oct 2002
I'm going to start an inspirational folder with that image. This is the kind of stuff it's "in me" to do, but I have yet to really let it loose like this.
I just finished buring my roommate to a crisp (in CGI of course ) and I need a "next project"... so that's perfect.
Now playing at EdenFX
|11 November 2002||#45|
hey thanks people
garbagemonkey: no classes etc.., I am self-taught.Fot the lighting and texturing I highly recommend you two great books-"Digital lighting and rendering" and "Digital texturing and painting".Play and experiment with textures in photoshop, with layers blend options,masks etc..Until you gather experience don't use GI, play with lights.In the net is full of good tutorials, many of them is free
and of course the CGtalk forums are great place to learn by the others
derelict: I mean is too hard to manage inside the scene, not to render.Is not possible to render at different angles, cause then scene is made only for this view.All around the scene is planes with different colors to recieve the GI.Only is possible to change the zoom of the camera.
GoodCleanVegan: lightwave is woderfull app with great realistic render but i thing is a bit slow.only vray can manage rendering so much polygons in so little time eh but this is my opinion
thanks again for the good support guys
btw excuse my bad english people
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