|08 August 2004||#1|
Join Date: Mar 2003
Frog Ornament On Mantlepiece, Caleb Blake (3D)
Title: Frog Ornament On Mantlepiece
Name: Caleb Blake
This is a piece that I am printing and framing as a birthday present for my
father who likes frogs.
Originally it was intended to be a UV-mapped pseudo-realistic frog in an outdoor
environment, but my play with materials led me in a different direction.
This is my first serious project involving organic modelling but I believe it
has come out well in many ways.
All items were modelled in Blender and all materials are internal Blender
materials/procedurals. This is rendered using Blender's internal raytracer with
Feel free to criticise the technique etc.
I would like to start collating feedback to incorporate in my next project. Best
way to learn.
Happiness is the hidden behind the obvious.
|09 September 2005||#2|
Good work on you modeling!
One thing about this image that doesn’t make it look believable is the shadows.
I see on the image that you have a basic shadow, but it would look more realistic if you add even more shadow to the frog.
To get a better reference, take a cup or any object and place it on a table by the wall (just like you have it in your CG image) and then take a picture of it. This way you can see exactly how and where the shadow should be. After that you just tweak your image. It adds sooooo much more realism to a cg image.
Hope I was able to help you :-)
|09 September 2005||#3|
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