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4,887
Score
4.26 / 5.00

Date
07/16/2009
Category
3D Art
File Info
1680 x 1260 px
JPG
531.9 kb
Tags
cool
glass
3d
realistic

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Author Comments

A wooden hourglass with mirrored caps and golden pillars.
I'm quite proud of the reflections on the top and bottom plate in the wood.

Reviews


grimm2009grimm2009

Rated 5 / 5 stars

3 hour huh?

no doubt Good job on the glass material. I can never make it look like that. I use Maya 2009 by the way. Keep it up


onionahoy responds:

Cinema 4d for me. I've never tried Maya but I've heard its good. It does really annoy me how long rendering takes but now I've got a new BUUUUFFFF computer it takes piss all time :D. I'd love to see some of your work up here.


KooqieToyShowKooqieToyShow

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Woah...

Ignore all of those dudes, yeah sand would be cool, but without sand makes it look like its filled with water, and its strange and awesome.


onionahoy responds:

Thanks I'm glad you like it.


WolfosWolfos

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

background image

your background image should be rotated a little so it looks like the table is standing straight, also, the wood looks really nice, I find it easy to make such shaders in cinema 4d too, further it looks really realistic and I like that


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onionahoy responds:

Cheers I look at doing the background. I know what you mean about the wood, i love how you can see the separate strands


adollfoadollfo

Rated 5 / 5 stars

really good!

good choice of background image also....I suppose ur using blender?...well, so some nice particle effects would make a nice sand =).


onionahoy responds:

Cheers, nah I used to use blender but I've found you can get really nice effects with cinema 4d. Though blenders liquid and particle effects are hard to beat. I think I'm gonna try to put some sand in it next but it's probably gonna take a while cause i want it to look real good.


ChrisOroscoChrisOrosco

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice and clean.

This looks really good, but some sand in the hourglass would be a nice touch.


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onionahoy responds:

Cheers, yeah i know I think that's what I'm gonna do next, but I want it to look real good so it might take a while.