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Ribbons 05-09-2004 06:33 PM

Cologne bottle
 
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This will be my first image ever shown done in lightwave,
please tell me how to improve my work.

Thankyou Alan

DigiMatt 05-09-2004 07:02 PM

Looks pretty damn good for a first image if you ask me.. maybe the glass surface is a little too reflective imho.

keep up the good work

cheers!

Ribbons 05-09-2004 08:42 PM

Reply
 
Thankyou for the reply Digimatt, glass really is hard to
get just right but I,ll tone down the reflection once again
thanks for the crits.

Alan.

s2-speedy 06-09-2004 01:15 PM

that is amazin, it looks fine 2 me bud. id leave it as it is.

Ribbons 06-09-2004 01:48 PM

Thankyou
 
Thankyou for your comments S2-Speedy.

Alan.

DigiMatt 07-09-2004 09:13 AM

agreed, glass is a b*tch to get really good, you did a very good job on it though :)

Ribbons 07-09-2004 11:51 AM

Thankyou
 
Thanks again DigiMatt,
I saw a thread somewhere regarding worms of art
and there presets for glass but I,ve seen no feed
back from anyone who has them.

Once again cheers for the comments. Alan

Mark 07-09-2004 05:04 PM

Try surfing over to Phil's site at www.liquid-arts.de and look at his Jack Daniels tutorial (under 'Techniques'). This should give you a really good heads up on modelling glass surfaces.

Ribbons 07-09-2004 05:52 PM

Thankyou
 
Cheers Mark.
I,m there.

Alan.

Oldenburg 18-09-2004 09:43 AM

He man,

GREAT looking render. Coincidently I am having a go at a cologne bottle too. Different brand though. Since this is my first go at a real looking object I was wondering. Did you use Real or Fast fresnel?

Cheers,
Oldenburg.

Ribbons 18-09-2004 01:39 PM

Thankyou
 
Hi Oldenburg,

Thanks for your comments, I,ve not got the scene anymore
just put together a shuttle system and the scene file amongst
other things did,nt get saved.
But what I can remember the surface had a gradient on
the ref channel maybe the dif and spec and also played
with refractive index.

Cheers Ribbons


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