3D StillLife, Mahesh chary (3D)

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  07 July 2009
Good quality render.Nice composition.
  07 July 2009
wow amazing work very good look & i see real image

good lcuk 4 ever

i vote 4 u
  07 July 2009
This is so fantastic! would you care to share your shader settings on the grapes? Fantastic work!!
  07 July 2009
Beautiful work, awesome lighting, textures and all over render. Fantastic.
  07 July 2009
Really great still life

Lighting, composition ... I like everything in it ^^

  07 July 2009
Great reproduction.

A few constructive crits:

the grapes look a little flat when compared to the photo.Increasing the contrast and saturation would help.

Adding SSS to the straw threading of that little cap/coaster thing at the bottom left would help make it glow like the in the photo.Right now the threading is lacking translucency.

The pattern of the coaster thing needs to be closer to the photo.Right now there's too much white. Also, the reflection is too bright when compared to the photo-Maybe adding a light bounce card in front would help darken it up.

the small glass next to the wine glass is off. the base is green and should be more yellow. Also, the blue glass of the base doesn't blend with the wine.The refraction seems a bit off as a result.

but those are just nitpicks. Great stuff!

EDIT: I just noticed the coaster thing is actually a makeup powder thing?If that's the case then the grill threading is probably solid gold and not a threading of sort. If it is gold then you have cheap gold.Gold value is valued by karats with the higher karat providing the more saturated yellow(gold color). it's a bit desaturated in the render. Adding a gold metallic finish would help I think. OK, I"ll shut up now :0

Last edited by ha-dou-ken : 07 July 2009 at 09:10 PM.
  07 July 2009
beautiful render and overall visual.

-Life is a balancing, make it work, give each significance equal share, keep it in perspective/moderation
  07 July 2009
I love the approach and of course the final output! Great job!!
  07 July 2009
beautiful looking work. congrats....

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  07 July 2009
excellent render! Love that SSS.
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  07 July 2009
hi mahesh....gr8 job ..but u missed those beautiful suttle highlights on the grapes which make them feel like rubber i ur 3d render..jst closely exmine the grapes in ur photshot...but gr8 wrk anyways.
  07 July 2009
Thanks guys.

leigh Thanks a lot for posting my work on the front page cgsociety.

This project was part of my studies in Media Design school ( Auckland,NZ)
I'm doing the graduate diploma of advanced 3d productions there.

Have look at my friend's works..

My blog: http://am3dartist.blogspot.com


Once again thanks for your comments

Last edited by mahe4art : 07 July 2009 at 06:58 AM.
  07 July 2009
That's really awesome work, great job.
  07 July 2009
Wow, Fantastic!

I'm not a big fan of red grapes but they look tasty.

  07 July 2009
Wuah nice one, really like it

some crits if you don't mind
The render looks a bit soft imo. Look at the blooming of the light, the intensity is ok, but it's spread out too much, in the photo it's more concentrated if you look at the window frame for example, most of the light is probably from the reflection, not because of blooming like in the render. You can also see it inbetween the basket holes, it's really intense, but it's concentrated it doesn't spread out that much. This gives more contrast and less washyness.
Most other things were already mentioned i guess.

Still, very good
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