I’m very pleased with my work station. Thanks to that stand, I get note-taking space. I can sit comfortably on my memory foam. And adjust the light for when I want to stand and work. No complaints!!
the thought of creating these expensive lens in 3d make me all warm inside..
thank you nikon for helping me pick out cameras for my thesis easier
-3d mockup furniture
- though there are windows, i can’t see the objects behind
- continue etching out the windows? maybe
- the characters are 3d, how would i blend the paper sets? perhaps they are like the sets in the opening sequence of New Girl..and it could also be built..still flat too! ..yea, that sounds good. ..what a great opportunity to play with NURBs again
- the alpha was created using the pen tool in photoshop, is there any way to use those curves as curves in 3d…i think i’ve seen it done before..but i can’t ‘fill’ the way i can with polymeshes..hmph. i guess these drawings would serve as guides like the character rotoscopes. ok..about [bullet 2], no need for more cut-outs
- wow, that’s a lot to model. next week is animation. and what about the textures…hm, yikes. okay. on it!
i have an idea for my next project. i can’t wait.
1973 Volvo P1800 ES - Groundbreaking design.
another thorough rig from tumblehead
talk about a noodley body, wow!
and the left/right face is smaaaaart
I began to wonder if I’d been watching a movie by the premier Thoreauvian of our time…
Dir. Jérémy Clapin
short film 2012
Time to go more in depth with texture nodes—I want to know how their textured atmosphere was achieved.
I really liked the ‘violent’ ending in this short film.
As with the textures, it seems to me Papy3D took liberties with ambient occlusion and incidence. ..now lemme ask my professor.
the link includes a making-of video
i hope they talk about color design and depth of field