Casio Twincept -revisited, Jawahardeep Singh Bhatti (3D)

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  11 November 2004
Casio Twincept -revisited, Jawahardeep Singh Bhatti (3D)

Title: Casio Twincept -revisited
Name: Jawahardeep Singh Bhatti
Country: Canada
Software: 3ds max, mental ray, Photoshop

The objective of this project is to animate and recreate the mechanics of a watch.
I just finished rendering some more renders for this i thought i might share them with you.
softwares used : max 6+mental ray
more renders on this previously submitted cgtalk link.hope you like...
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  11 November 2004
You should rig it up in reactor and let us see it run =D
Great modeling, maybe you could improve on the metal shader though
  11 November 2004
thanks zgame ,heres some more renders and the animation


  11 November 2004
Great work bro, this is diffinately one of the best on cgtalk.
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  11 November 2004
Hi there mate So... some comments is waht you're after and so you may have it:
ABSOLUTELY sweet! I love your attention to every single microscopical detail!! Keep it up dude!
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  11 November 2004
this is the sweetest peice of work i have been follwiing on this site and couple other boards.
JD my main, you tremendous work has finally showed up for itself.

This is a very very well done peice.

5 stars.
  11 November 2004
Wow awesome work dude. How much time it took to render the watch? Goodluck
  11 November 2004
OMG that is really amazing.
Does the watch really excists?
::Nothing is perfect even perfection is not perfect::
Why else did they invite the word 'Better'&'Time'
  11 November 2004
thanks Cgstripe, loocas,Aazim,TMNI VISION and -scrion-

TMNI VISION:thanks man,the watch took approx 55 minutes per render.The animation sequence was render farmed with 67 computers for 30 hours.
-scroin- : thanks man,the real watch does exist(casio twincept- abx-24d-8bzef) . however this is a mechanical hybrid and i self improvised on the design inside the watch.

  11 November 2004
- Great work. As always, your watches are very impressive.
- The objects in the background (plate & cup) don't look as real as the watch.
- The cloth on the table, although a bit blurry in parts, looks good.
- I think you could use a few more lights.
- The dark areas are a bit too dark for such a bright room.
- Excellent modeling! Very detailed.
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Last edited by EdHarriss : 11 November 2004 at 02:05 PM.
  11 November 2004
Thumbs up

Great entry doode. I admire your patience modelling this nano masterpiece. youre equivalent to a swiss watch maker.

Only comments would be what Ed already stated above.
  11 November 2004
the modeling is perfect.the attention to every little piece of details is awesome.
very well textured and the lightings is very good.
one of the best works i've ever seen.
and i do agree with ED aobut The objects in the background.they need some textures i think.

  11 November 2004
awessome ..

really deserve some stars .. and i give 5 of them

  11 November 2004
ths is great work, i think there should but some warning thugh on the front page, i seen most of this (still in awe). Great dedication is certainely present here.

Nice work on teh textures and shaders
  11 November 2004
You crazy guy!

Mindblowing details! * * * * *
Daniel Kvasznicza
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