|09 September 2005||#62|
AxisOrigin - Fat Box Films
San Francisco, USA
Join Date: Dec 2002
This is some great work, and I've checked out your other WIP's - again great stuff. However, I must say that you need to set things straight. To create this artwork you would have had to.
a. Find the fruit (1 hour)
b. Take the pictures (30 min)
c. Download the pictures off your digital camera (1 min)
d. Clean the pictures so that they are tileable/no seams (30 min)
e. Model the fruit (15 min)
f. create or edit uv maps or at least match the pictures to the uv maps (20 min)
g. copy/clone the fruit in scene (5 min)
h. set up camera (5 min)
i. Setup lights or GI (find a nice HDRI map) (10 min)
j. render stills (??)
k. post them (lol)
total time = not 1 hour
Again great work, but please set things straight so that we don't all go jump off a cliff, n'est pas?
|09 September 2005||#67|
Saint Benoit, Reunion
Join Date: May 2003
Now that's some really amazing stuff !
I wish I could do the same !
|09 September 2005||#68|
Car Designer / Freelancer
Join Date: Oct 2004
WOW WOW WOW. Real Render. Where are the 5 Stars?.
Congratulations with 5 Stars. Oki i give you. * * * * *
Could you please post a wire frames, to see that nice work?.
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|09 September 2005||#71|
I got your freakin postportfolio
3D Art Instructor
I have been affiliated with this industry for 9 years and that is the most photorealistic set of renders I've ever seen. ......Wow! I feel healthier just looking at this picture.
Last edited by MrPositive : 09 September 2005 at 02:26 PM.
|09 September 2005||#73|
Lyttelton, New Zealand
Join Date: Jan 2004
I would love to see the sahder setup for the nectarines
|09 September 2005||#74|
2d - 3d designer
Join Date: Apr 2003
Thanks very much for yr comments.
It was 1hour/picture, not in gross, and of course without render-time.
The first pic was the tomato. The designs were simple, i set up everything at this pic, and I used this scene at the further vegetables/fruits.
There are 2 VRAY flashlight-source and a HDRI lighting which is a well-known HDRI pic, named kitchen. I adjusted the sharpness of the deepness in bad quality and small 160x120 pic because of the speed, after it i adjusted in better quality that is why it was not needed to experiment at the bigger pic.
The materials was taken photo by me at homem from my private stock :o). The pic had been made in several sideways, i had assembled in PS, after from it I created a displacement/bump map. I used 4 different map at the plum, 3 at the peach, 2 at the green pepper and 1-1 at the tomato + cucumber. Only the cucumber is unwrapped because the model was not afterwards bended, so unfortunately there were lapsings which I had to correct in this way. On the others there are simple UVW. The surface of the peach the fur is VrayFur.
Maybe I had been working much than an hour at the tomato, but the others I could keep this 1 hour work-time.
Here is the wire of the all fruits/vegetables.
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