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computer Render art Topic

Postby TheStig » 08 Nov 2004, 05:04

welcome to the 3D render Art Topic

post your 3D renders and projects here...
but also your other computer made pictures.. and all!


as in the other (photoshop and drawing art) it is a non restriced topic so you can post renders of everything, Cars, houses, people.. you name it


(aslong as it follows the main rules of the site :wink: )

have fun
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Postby boganbusman » 09 Nov 2004, 04:11

OK I'll kick off with a Flash MX drawing.
What do you think?

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Postby boganbusman » 10 Nov 2004, 11:27

C'mon someone must have an opinion!
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Postby Stereo » 10 Nov 2004, 13:46

That's prety good bogan! Very nice. 8)
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Postby TheStig » 10 Nov 2004, 17:54

pretty good with such a program...

I think people have to adjust to the new settings on the board
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Postby Dr-CiviC » 13 Nov 2004, 00:46

wow boagan u have some skills :)
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Postby flatblacksleeper » 26 Nov 2004, 00:35

Either skills or now life :D , naw just messing, that is pretty taleneted, you must have patinece, me i could never do that in flash, computer woudl go throght the wall
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Postby boganbusman » 02 Dec 2004, 10:53

LOL it doesn't take as long as you think . . . just a few hours.

It's only hard if you don't know how to use Flash. It's easy for me because I learn it at school.

Anyway, I've started to use Blender (3D software) and here is my first ever blender model. I know it's not as good as viper_gts's models, but what do you think?

(btw, it's supposed to be a chess piece sitting on a table next to a window)
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Postby boganbusman » 09 Dec 2004, 14:08

Geez, tough crowd . . .



What do I have to do to get a comment?
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Postby ViperJay » 09 Dec 2004, 20:33

very good mapping and light effects...interesting object i think, every good 3d modeller must know how to build a realistic chessboard: once you can do it I think you already have all the bases to do wonderful models. Am I right bogan?
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Postby boganbusman » 10 Dec 2004, 01:21

Ummmm . . . yeah I suppose. I'm still a noob at blender, so hopefully I can use my spare holiday time to get better. And after I've mastered modelling, I can start making 3D animations. :D

btw, thanks for the comment. lol
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Postby ViperJay » 10 Dec 2004, 16:14

oh, sweet...animations.
I was trying to make one once, a very simple one, with a ball rebounding all over a box interior, but my poor 1.5GHz pentium said it was too difficult :D
...I'd like to make a good race animation, but Ithink I must buy a new pc for that :?
post your next works :wink:
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Postby ViperJay » 29 Dec 2004, 22:12

some more chessboards?
I must do one for a work, this is my first test. What do you think about it?
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Postby Dragon-of-Rune » 29 Dec 2004, 22:26

I have created this for fun. The dutch members will know what it means and know the original version off this pic.

Original pic http://www.rijkswaterstaat.nl/Images/2_716.gif (it's kinda big to post here)

Translation my pic:

Dutch: Nederland leeft met sk8ters

Englisch: The Netherlands lives with sk8ters

Translation original pic:

Dutch: Nederland leeft met water

Englisch: The Netherlands lives with water
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Postby boganbusman » 30 Dec 2004, 02:26

@ViperJay: Awesome work man! It looks great. only complaint is that the pieces are a bit fat, but otherwise it's excellent. Keep it up. :D
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Postby ViperJay » 31 Dec 2004, 00:05

yeah, I made it very fat...the pawns the more I think...they like eating :D :wink: thanks btw
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Postby KekumRulez » 31 Jan 2005, 19:26

Just finished a tripod, for school. The 3D-CAD program is SolidWorks 2004. Rendering is done with in-build PhotoWorks release 2.
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Postby ViperJay » 01 Feb 2005, 00:25

good, a very smooth and clean shape.
btw, is it flying? :D :wink:
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Postby ^Sparco^ » 01 Feb 2005, 00:27

ViperJay I love your chessboard and the shot angle.

It is true that pieces are a bit fat ;)
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Postby ViperJay » 01 Feb 2005, 01:20

thanks man.
I wanted them to be so fat cause they make me laughing, lol :D
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Postby Sir Ibi » 01 Feb 2005, 04:52

OK please don't laugh. I'm kinda new at this 3D lark, but i'm quite proud of the models i did. They're not textured, becuase i'm still getiing to grips with it. Anyway let me know what you think of them. Some useful critisicm woul be nice. :D
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Postby Tunerfreak » 01 Feb 2005, 06:38

They'ed be pretty cool for some war games. Good modeling.:D
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Postby Sir Ibi » 01 Feb 2005, 07:00

LOL :lol: my tank doesn't even have tracks.... :lol:
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Postby Tunerfreak » 01 Feb 2005, 07:23

Its your design.
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Postby boganbusman » 01 Feb 2005, 13:36

That's pretty good mate. It looks like you put in a lot of effort.

The only thing I've got a problem with is the minigun on the second tank.

What prog did you use?
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