Time For Wine, Gabriel Wenzel (3D)

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  08 August 2004
Time For Wine, Gabriel Wenzel (3D)

Title: Time For Wine
Name: Gabriel Wenzel
Country: Usa
Software: 3ds Max 6

I began this peice as a simple lathe tutorial for a friend. All of a sudden I just got carried away and constructed a little scene. I know it's simple but I am trying to sharpen my lighting skills, any feedback is welcome.
  09 September 2005
Hi there,

Great work.
I donít know why anybody replied to this thread.
Things that I would change:

You basecly never want to create a scene that is symmetrical. In this case you have the glasses and the bottles exactly in the same position (if you draw a line between them). you have a Corkscrew on the left and the cork on the right.
It would look much nicer if you maybe move the cork to the corkscrew (keep them together)
Also remove one bottle form the scene, since it would give a much warmer feeling (two people sharing a bottle,....)

I would brighten the area behind the bottles and the glasses, it seems a little to dark. also add another light and make the shadow very soft (since the light bounces of the walls,...)
Maybe add some rim lights to your scene (lights that are behind an object facing the camera)

Yea these are just some examples I would play around with
hope it helped!
  09 September 2005
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