madmar - That’s a good basic concept. I’m not sure what software you’re using (is it 3DS Max?) but if you have specific questions post them here or in the forum for your software and I’m sure someone can tackle them. The Brand X bottle doesn’t cast much of a shadow, but there’s some kind of shadow to the lower right of it that comes from nowhere. The Leet bottle has a lot of black in it, where I’d expect bounce light on the lower surfaces and some extra environment in the refraction.
d4rk3lf - Great job! You really captured the feeling of jealousy on the part of Brand X. I wonder if it could be taken further, more figures worshipping and fondling the Leet, the camera swung to the left so the Leet is bigger in frame? Just an idea. I’ll have to check whether the normals are flipped on the lower part of the dispenser in some of the exported file formats.
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Leotril - Good start. Maybe some caustics and more light on the Leet liquid and some softer shadows would all build from here.
pap87 - Welcome! That’s a good start. I’d like to see more color carrying into the white ground underneath them, as I think it would in real life. I like the chrome look for the dispenser and cap, it makes the product look classy and expensive.