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  08 August 2004
Threshold, Robert Waterworth/ Waterworth Vfx (3D)



Title: Threshold
Name: Robert Waterworth/ Waterworth Vfx
Country: Canada
Software: Maya/ Photoshop

This is a concept for an upcoming Book. modeled with Nurbs and polys, rendered with Maya software. Rez 4096x4096
 
  08 August 2004
You appear to have a map/tiling problem on the legs of the trolley - it seems to change/repeat halfway up the legs.
The floor tiles would benefit from a stronger bump.


Other than that, very nice concept/image. I especially like the coloured glow around the lights.


Mark.
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PS> I've just noticed the red at the bottom of the wall on the left. If it's paint, I think it's slightly too bright & saturated.
If it's blood, then its REALLY too bright and saturated.

Last edited by funchski : 09 September 2004 at 08:02 AM.
 
  08 August 2004
Hey nice work! This is a very unique angle and it makes the image a LOT more interesting. I think the floor should have LESS bump map as opposed to more, tile floors usually are just a tad wavy and smooth, but they certainly don't have a bumpy texture
 
  08 August 2004
When I said that the floor needed more bump, I meant that the separation between the tiles needed to be more pronounced.

Mark
 
  08 August 2004
Textures

Originally Posted by funchski: Guillermo, you appear to have a map/tiling problem on the legs of the trolley - it seems to change/repeat halfway up the legs.
The floor tiles would benefit from a stronger bump.


Other than that, very nice concept/image. I especially like the coloured glow around the lights.


Mark.
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ++

PS> I've just noticed the red at the bottom of the wall on the left. If it's paint, I think it's slightly too bright & saturated.
If it's blood, then its REALLY too bright and saturated.



You got me. I posted this render with a few things that still need fixing. Your right about the legs, good eye not everyone picked that out, and I agree the red is over sat. I will be re working this image for a bit, but It is nice to get it out of my computer and see what other think. Thanks for the interest.
 
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