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unplugged W.I.P. update #4

daveef
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UPDATE #4

added some stuffs but i have to fix the POV

still working on details, texturing and on the global scene... etc etc..


thanks for viewing

DaveEf

Modeling: Rhino 4 SR6
Scene: Cinema 4D V.10.111
Render Engine: Maxwell Render V. 2.0.1
Lighting: HDRI
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Cinema 4D
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Feb 26, 2010 10:45:44 am
Wonderful work, but it would not be me if I did not make a comment.

What I'm about to comment on happens to me all the time in 3D work - it's like when you take a photo at a party and it is only when you get home you realise you spent so long trying to make sure everyone in the shot was smiling, you did not notice the tree growing out of someones head!

In this scene the 1/2 plug appears to cut into the upper handle of the scisors due to the way the red handle curves into the slot in the 1/2 plug.

But the question with scenes like this is, do you change the camera view because it looks wrong - even though there is nothing wrong?

Turan

by TuranMirza Homepage »

Feb 26, 2010 12:27:53 pm
Excellent modeling and render!

by J5ive Homepage »

Feb 26, 2010 4:32:06 pm
eheh :)
thanks turan
it's correct, but looks wrong beacause I changed the view camera... as I already mentioned I have to adjust the POV.
Still working on the scene and there i was just only focused on modeling objects.
I will post a closeup of the scissor
anyway thanks for the comment and thanks in being focused on the details...
that helps a lot

DaveEf

by daveef Homepage »

Feb 27, 2010 8:29:21 am
Excellent modeling! Love seeing the wireframe view, also. Something about the material on the screwdriver handle seems wrong, but I haven't bought one for awhile, so it may be right on the money. Would love to see these objects sitting on some old, wood material. Can't wait to see your progress!

by Perry6 Homepage »

Feb 27, 2010 9:01:11 am
Awesome rendering work!

by thecytron Homepage »

Feb 28, 2010 1:37:26 am
Terrific!

by johnyf Homepage »

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