Oh, Captain, my Captain I
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Well, I normally don't flood the Galleries that way, but again I came across a phantastic Photo modeled Freebie on Sketchfab.com. This Boat wreck is so amazing (and darn high Res - be warned), that I made a whole bunch of Renders, and I simply couldn't decide which one to post, so I decided to do an exception and post the (IMO) three best of them. Sorry for flooding the Gallery...
The Boat wreck model (sketchfab.com/3d-models/small-wreck-boat-072d9c2e811049528c74a6bf0fe4176c) Is made by "Lionel" via photo modelling where 191 photos where taken from different angles and then transformed into a textured 3D-Model by a software. Lionel was so kind to offer his awesome model free to download (Thanks a lot!!!).
To perfection it a little more and to give it even more depth, I made a Bumpmap and a Normalmap, so the old washed out wood get's even more detailed
I think I somehow got the hang on that photo modeled objects (Shaaramuse3D does similar stuff) and most probably will use them more and more for a realistic environment for my scenes, simply because they look so realistic.
Oh, yeah, and I'm still in summer mood, that's why the subject still is sand, beach and a nice Lady. ;-)
Patty, by the way as well is another one of my favorite and more often used characters and I fell in love with her beautiful face right away!
"Small Wreck Boat" from Lionel @ sketchfab.com
"Lori Hair for Genesis 3 and 8 Female(s)" by Lady Littlefox @ DAZ3D
"Navy Cap" by Mike Rowley @ Sketchfab.com
"UltraHD IRAY HDRI With DOF - Sunny Beaches Pack 1" by Bob Callawah and Cake One @ DAZ3D
As always pure IRAY-Render without post work (except for the Logo)
Opening the full image and zooming in is very recommended (since the change form my old i7 to a new i9, most of my renders are around 5000 to 6000 Pixel wide) ;-)
Thank you so much for the peek and all your lovely comments on my past works - it means much to me!