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This was a very old request I had forgotten. It was made specifically for the fanbase of the browser game. www.spybatte.com

One of the most famous objects in the game is the Martini. I offered a long long time ago to make the image for them. I had completed it but completely spaced and forgot to show them. Now you all get to see it too!

This is by far the most realistic glass / liquid render i have ever managed to do in my life. I am proud of this piece. I only wish i made that shadow a little bit softer....

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The caustiks looks great but whith a good renderengin it isn't hard to do that.
and the modeling of a glas isn't very hard to do too.
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The olive looks like it is made of jelly because:
1. the green is too bright.
2. nearly nothing has a specularity underwhater because normaly it is whater that makes organic things shiny but underwhater... ;)
3. i think it looks like the olive has a SSS shader but olives donn't realy have.
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I think you try to get a cold effect with that blue light but it is a little too greenish so that it makes a hospital feeling.


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Nanakisan responds:

Actually the olive is only phong shaded no SSS. As for the blue color that was the default color of the ground plane i used. I rarely if ever color my lights sometimes. I may think about that in the future however. Thank you for the critique!


Shaken, stirred, do i look like i give a damn?


Nanakisan responds:

You are a man of many tastes.


Looks good enough to drink.


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Nanakisan responds:

Oh it is, the question is if you are ready for it. I mean this is the stuff spies drink. It must be shaken not stirred.

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