The Radiator, Petr Meca (3D)

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  09 September 2004
The Radiator, Petr Meca (3D)



Title: The Radiator
Name: Petr Meca
Country: Czech Republic
Software: 3ds Max, Brazil R/s, Photoshop

This is my first post here.It's only radiator.I try to make a good materials.I hope that you like it.
 
  09 September 2004
Hey Petr!
I like it but the textures (with numbers&letters) look a bit streched. Maybe it should be like that?
 
  09 September 2004
very nice textures!

the wall is fantastic! There are some minor instances of stretching in some of the chipped paint/rust near where the water line feeds into the radiator.

the brown elbow doesn't seem to fit in as well, not sure what it is, but it throws my eye a little. my only other nitpick is the termination of the painted pipe (from the right) into the cast metal fitting on the right.

the cast metal parts look really, really good!

excellent work overall Petr!
this radiator really has some history, the labels on the thermostat don't bother me that much.
I'd have to see a real one to make that jdgement.

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  09 September 2004
Reminds me of something I did years ago in POV-Ray. Link
But your lighting and materials are so much better. Very well done.
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  09 September 2004
Thank you very much guys.Yes you're right the numbers are a little stretched.
 
  09 September 2004
Mici

Thank you very much guys.Yes you're right the numbers are a little stretched.
 
  09 September 2004
Really nice, my only crit would be that the white spinner may be a little too clean and that it looks like it is outside but other than that, really nice!
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  09 September 2004
near perfect
like the angle of the pic
adjust some textures ( rust on the radiator , number )
the width of the radiator, i find it a lil too thin , dont you ?
ahd adjust the shiny "gold" metal part , it eems too bright
or maybe its the scene lightning that needs a lil constrat
anyway good job man ( id like to be that skilled )
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  09 September 2004
Hi Mici,

I agree with the comments that it might be too bright but it still looks amazing.

How long did it take to render?

Have you tried VRay? Its VERY fast...

Cheers,

Evan
 
  09 September 2004
Thanks evandavies.I don't know how long did it take to render because I rendered it about a month ago.I didn't try to V ray.Now I'm trying finalrender
 
  09 September 2004
reality bites
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