|07 July 2011||#32|
Join Date: May 2004
this is my first time in the lighting challenge.Trying to create an element of mystery with the mood of the lighting.It is wip at the moment.Just started with placing the lights and fixing the camera.Critics and comments are welcome.
Last edited by snikt : 07 July 2011 at 02:30 AM. Reason: WIP
|07 July 2011||#33|
Join Date: Apr 2011
Also for me it is the very first time to participate in a challenge.
Obviously I have a long long way to go, but the idea is to use NPR to mimic the original art of Tove Jansson.
goal to look like:
|07 July 2011||#34|
Join Date: Dec 2010
still looking for a background. for some reason the lamp lights outside which have shadow and fall off are lighting up the glasses. and need to add some noise to the menu reflection of the pig among many other things
Last edited by horngreenet : 07 July 2011 at 08:06 PM.
|07 July 2011||#35|
Join Date: Apr 2007
Thank you kanooshka for your comments :-)
m working on this n very soon upload my new WIP :-)
Originally Posted by kanooshka: Glad everyone seems to be enjoying the challenge!
Niravsheth: You're off to a good start. One thing I'm noticing is that there's blue light only hitting one side of the street. With such a bright sky I would expect there to be at least some cool light illuminating the upper portions of the buildings. There seems to be a pinkish light in the background as well as the foreground, since it's the same color, it's flattening the depth of the image. See if you can choose either the foreground or the background to light with this color.
andrewkennedy: You're more than welcome to create an animation though unfortunately it wouldn't be able to make it to the gallery.
FredSoub: Nice work so far. Overall you're image has a lot of soft cool fill light from what looks to be the sky, however, the sky that would be emitting the light is darker than the light it's emitting. If you brighten the sky a bit the amount of fill light could be more plausible. The pig sign is really sticking out to me. I think this is because it's receiving warm illumination but is surrounded by the cool lit wall. Adding some warm light bouncing off of the sign and into the corner of the image could help with this.
devank: I like where the first image is heading. Compositionally there's a big split through the image between the edge of the building screen right and the hard shadow through the street. If you're going with this composition you may want to add in some more buildings in the back so it doesn't look like the edge of the world. With a backlit image like this I'd expect to see lots of rim lightingm especially on the two characters on the left. As for your second image, it's definitely not as interesting lighting but I'd like to see you bring that environment into the first image you posted.
AndreHeiter: Welcome! The background in your image is creating some odd perspective. Make sure the cars in the background end up looking smaller than the one in the foreground. The hanging lamps are working very well. Overall I'd say the ambient fill light is too strong and blue compared to the higher contrast yellow ambiance of the background image. I'd like to see some rim lighting coming from inside the shop on the character screen left. As well as the character in the doorway. Keep at it!
jadrock: Good work. I'm a little confused by the character floating in the air. Was he hit by the car? The hanging lamps could use some self illumination, otherwise the light they're emitting don't appear to have motivation. The sky is very dark, even at night there will be some brightness to the sky, especially if the moon's out. Don't forget to smooth some of the geometry, the tires are looking especially blocky.
Akarshiita: Welcome to the challenges! You're off to a good start. The bricks on the lower right part of the wall are looking like a "video game". I'm pretty sure this is just because the bump depth is to high. The lamps up top could use some illumination to go with the light they're emitting. The character on the left is getting lost a little on the left side. Perhaps you could give him some rim light coming from inside the shop.
|07 July 2011||#36|
Virtuociti Digital Solutions
The Main Street WIP #1
Here's my first entry to this challenge. Just wanted to created something colorful.. so here it is.. still lots of work to be done..
The only thought behind this image was that i wanted to work on colors as its been a long time i have not worked on my color sense...
Please advice and comment...
|07 July 2011||#39|
Join Date: Sep 2008
You guys inspired me to have another go at this scene...
Only composition, lights and basic colors so far. I've been really struggling with the colors. I'm trying to get a colorful yet believable style, and hopefully to end with a cartoonish style render.
Any help will be much appreciated!
|07 July 2011||#41|
Studio: RC Anima
here's first WIP, so I wanned to achieve a wooden model feel, the textures are roughly uvw mapped, and materials are really rough, but it's a start
I'm planning to add more wooden surrounding like hills and trees and stuff and some big color tube or something similar.
comments, critics and suggestions are welcome
|07 July 2011||#43|
lord of the pintsportfolio
Join Date: Apr 2008
heres my first wip. i am just playing around with vray. physical sun and sky .physical camera with dof. all in camera for the mo and some retouching in photoshop. great challenge so far some really nice images being posted
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