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  03 March 2007
long time didn't check out your thread and now i'm back and see everything look GREAT!!! your render looks impressive and sure I'm waiting for seeing your animation.
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  03 March 2007
The shader is 2 fR advanced shaders combined in a shellac material.
The base Material is dark grey with a strong blurry reflection. The shellac is a pure black material with full higloss reflections. The shellac material is mixed in, with an amout of 20

But the main thing is the balance between shader an Lightsetup. My selfillum planes have a huge output to mimic the lights behavior.

My Idea regarding animation is to start in an open sky scene and end in that studio environment in one "magic transition". Not that heavy drive action planned.

BTW does anyone has a clue about car rigs?

cheers
Michael

P.S. first, yet flat looking outside shot:
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  03 March 2007
lol papa wasnt trying to hijact your thread! i just watched a DVD on modeling cars, and your audi is so much better than half the car models out there. you have a great concept of materials and redering. stuff i gotta learn. my next project is a gun, i'll link you when i start making progress on it.
 
  06 June 2007
check out the gallery entry: http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthread.php?t=503637

Animation still in progress

cheers
Michael
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  06 June 2007
greatly realistic stuff..why dont u composite it into a better matching scene.
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  07 July 2007
Animation done!




watch the short clip here (40MB) :

http://ground-studios.com/demo/Q7_an...ndemo_1024.mov

This animation was a collaborative project in my company.
credits go as well to: Peter Marszalek, Martin Fiege, Robert Freitag.

cheers
Michael
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  07 July 2007
Thats really impressive!

It actually looks more impressive when the car goes through to the studio type environment and the light changes with a few bright spots.

The dust was pretty good on the sand, but what would have made it better (if it was at all possible) is to maybe have sand actually appearing on the car surface, like a texture that builds up.
I know if its supposed to show the car new, that can't happen, but that was just my impression, since the sand would affect it more.
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