therealpepe: Thank you very much!
Badtastic: Thanks! (tack så mycket!) it’s rarely i see any S&T work at all on CGTalk and i thought it would be a good idea to show some of what it can do, although i just started using it and i don’t know all about what it can do yet, it’s still a ton of fun to work with it.
Cartesius: Thank you! (tackar) there’ll be more when i learnt more about it, today i’m gonna dive into hatching and all that to see what can be done with it. Hopefully something pretty.
georgedrakakis: Thanks George the look i wanted to achieve was the one where you sketch your model with a standard pencil and then use a blueish toned marker to shade it’s outlines with, a look you can sometimes see in some car or product sketches. They’re basically modified presets, some are more modified than others and some less. The blueish marker color comes from a modified version of the Pencil (rough sketch) preset. The grey strokes comes from a modified Sketch (Pop Art) modified preset. And the black thicker line comes from a standard default setting i modified, can’t remember which one now. Those hairthin lines comes from a modified sketch pencil preset. And then all 4 of these are mixed into eachother to create this look of the rendering.
StanrickKubley: Thanks yeap those top two turned out quite good and realistic.
One more test here with a new scene, it’s a old wintery scene with snow, a fence, mailbox. Nothing complex but rather simple models. S&T and this material works well with it. And btw, there’s one lightsource in the scene to cast some blueish shadows there…