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[IMG]http://i10.photobucket.com/albums/a 121/SkillZombie/PhantomMoonsoverTwilight Beach.jpg[/IMG]
At 9/8/08 04:39 AM, Krayon wrote: Just wondering JDS, how challenging is this stuff for you? Because you might want to up your standards and go for more of a challenging area that you don't know so well.
Still fairly challenging, organic things are way more difficult than doing buildings etc. I really want to perfect my organic stuff before I move onto the rest. I've also been practicing with animation and other things for awhile, just haven't had the energy to put anything together yet.
Another small update, I'll probably construct an animatable rig next.
At 9/8/08 09:20 PM, SkillZombie wrote: Here's one a made a few months ago. (Not sure if it belongs here)
http://i10.photobucket.com/albums /a121/SkillZombie/PhantomMoonsoverTwil ightBeach.jpg
If it was rendered in 3D, excellent job, yeah it belongs here. If not. No it doesn't.
Nice work as usual kylej.
ArtistLost, welcome to the artists thread, I see you have a nice sense of style and have actually posted some more completed shots rather then just single models. Nicely done, I'd recommend a bit of post pro as well as render compositing. It would improve them a lot, and by that I mean perhaps blur effects, bloom, hdr etc. A bit more work on lighting would really improve them as well.
At 9/28/08 04:45 AM, NiCkGoHRinG wrote: Well this is my 3D model of my own room... Amazing what boredum makes you do.
I like the bed
here is a model I did in class over the last week.
Didn't have time to do the hair!
At 10/7/08 03:45 AM, Krayon wrote:At 10/6/08 06:59 AM, Alchemist94 wrote: This is my first ever decent thing in C4D. Feedback and tips please?Do the Joan of Arc tutorial, a few other tutorials and switch to Blender =P.
Pfft, I tried blender and not only was it the most user unfriendly program I've ever tried to use (No lie), but it didn't look too good. :P And thanks, I'll check out the Joan of Arc tutorial.
it's when using a 3d program, you model everything, you set lights up and when you're done, you 'render' it. What it does is the computer makes a picture of whatever you modeled with super long calculations based on your lighting settings and everything.
Pretty much, it's what you do to get a .jpg image or soemthing like that.
This is a pic of an epic teapot rendering :p
At 10/8/08 12:25 PM, DOOKIE119 wrote: omfg this is gona sound so extremly noobish....but what is rendering?
Rendering is the equivalent of taking a virtual camera snapshot from the point of the camera in the scene.
Here is another pic i made.Nothing special but i guess it's good enough to be here.
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