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  • Design AcrobatDesign Acrobat Posts: 459
    edited September 2014

    Made for another forum, turned out to be a speed modeling adventure for me due to time constraints. Hexagon and Carrara 8.5 pro. (figure is mannequin from 3Dcoat).

    "baritone"

    Made for a friend who is going into the Marine Corps and wants to play in the Marine Corps band.

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  • stu sutcliffestu sutcliffe Posts: 274
    edited December 1969

    This was cribbed from an old Basil Wolverton comic from the 50 s ( even before I was born!)
    I was going to "Fibermesh" the grass ,but ended up using Carrara hair because it was so much easier.( apart from a few bugs that rear their ugly head every now and again...)

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  • bighbigh Posts: 8,147
    edited December 1969

    This was cribbed from an old Basil Wolverton comic from the 50 s ( even before I was born!)
    I was going to "Fibermesh" the grass ,but ended up using Carrara hair because it was so much easier.( apart from a few bugs that rear their ugly head every now and again...)

    is it Halloween yet :-)

  • bighbigh Posts: 8,147
    edited December 1969

    Made for another forum, turned out to be a speed modeling adventure for me due to time constraints. Hexagon and Carrara 8.5 pro. (figure is mannequin from 3Dcoat).

    "baritone"

    Made for a friend who is going into the Marine Corps and wants to play in the Marine Corps band.

    cool work

  • stu sutcliffestu sutcliffe Posts: 274
    edited December 1969

    If you are in the UK... it's Halloween at "Wilkinsons" ... "Tescos" are doing Christmas stuff...

  • bighbigh Posts: 8,147
    edited December 1969

    creek 2

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  • bighbigh Posts: 8,147
    edited December 1969

    If you are in the UK... it's Halloween at "Wilkinsons" ... "Tescos" are doing Christmas stuff...
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  • bighbigh Posts: 8,147
    edited December 1969

    Creek 4

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  • Bunyip02Bunyip02 Posts: 6,068
    edited December 1969

    bigh said:
    Creek 4

    Hello Bigh

    Nice series you're doing on the Creek, like the effect of those leaves in Creek 4.

  • Bunyip02Bunyip02 Posts: 6,068
    edited December 1969

    First time render from me for this thread using Carrara.
    I needed a break from the September Challenge as well as a need to get my Critter fix !!!!!!!

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  • bighbigh Posts: 8,147
    edited December 1969

    Bunyip02 said:
    First time render from me for this thread using Carrara.
    I needed a break from the September Challenge as well as a need to get my Critter fix !!!!!!!


    love it

    thanks for the comment

  • Three WishesThree Wishes Posts: 471
    edited December 1969

    This was cribbed from an old Basil Wolverton comic from the 50 s ( even before I was born!)
    I was going to "Fibermesh" the grass ,but ended up using Carrara hair because it was so much easier.( apart from a few bugs that rear their ugly head every now and again...)

    I love this! The expression on her face, the whole thing is perfect.

  • Bunyip02Bunyip02 Posts: 6,068
    edited December 1969

    This was cribbed from an old Basil Wolverton comic from the 50 s ( even before I was born!)
    I was going to "Fibermesh" the grass ,but ended up using Carrara hair because it was so much easier.( apart from a few bugs that rear their ugly head every now and again...)

    Hello Stu

    Was going to comment earlier but I was trying to locate where I had put a link that might be of interest to you.

    Link is to Comic Book + (I checked it out a while back looking for Retro Sci-Fi)
    http://comicbookplus.com/

    Don't know if you have seen it before, if not check it out, plenty of inspiration for render scenes.

    The style you have is very nice, always an inspiration to see how Carrara/DAZ3D is being used to create art by other people.

    Regards, Bunyip

  • edited December 1969

    Dawn WM takes the ALS icebucket challenge.

    Chromakeying for water and splash effect layers accomplished in Adobe After Effects 6.5.

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  • bighbigh Posts: 8,147
    edited December 1969

    Dawn WM takes the ALS icebucket challenge.

    Chromakeying for water and splash effect layers accomplished in Adobe After Effects 6.5.

    welcome - to cold for me

  • TourqeGlareTourqeGlare Posts: 64
    edited December 1969
  • StezzaStezza Posts: 7,040
    edited December 1969

    following the ice water challenge...lol

    I did this one for the PC monthly challenge earlier in the month

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  • DartanbeckDartanbeck Posts: 18,200
    edited September 2014

    All of you over the last few pages...
    Wow! Freaking Wow! Nice stuff!
    Stezza... um... Damn!
    You too, Torque!
    Well... as I try and run back (been absent a lot lately)... Damn! Nice freaking renders!

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  • evilproducerevilproducer Posts: 9,040
    edited December 1969

    Dawn WM takes the ALS icebucket challenge.

    Chromakeying for water and splash effect layers accomplished in Adobe After Effects 6.5.

    Looks good.

    No need to chroma key in Carrara. You can render an alpha channel!

  • evilproducerevilproducer Posts: 9,040
    edited December 1969

    Since we're playing with water, I did this back in 2009. A bit before the annoying-as-hell-ice bucket challenge. ;-)

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  • bighbigh Posts: 8,147
    edited December 1969

    Since we're playing with water, I did this back in 2009. A bit before the annoying-as-hell-ice bucket challenge. ;-)

    neat Disney take

  • evilproducerevilproducer Posts: 9,040
    edited September 2014

    Thanks bigh!

    Here's a play with my procedural skin shader. This is now kind of a hybrid procedural. I multiplied a couple image maps in the glow channel to get the SSS look. The skin color and details in the skin like bump, birth marks, etc. are still all created procedurally. There's an issue with the glow on the transition between the lips and face that I need to work out still.

    No GI and two shape lights. The fill light is an ellipse set to 30%, and the rim light is a ring set to 300%. Both have a diameter of 10', and soft shadows with the light radius set to match.

    Raw render straight from Carrara 7.2 Pro. Click image to get full size and quality.

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  • evilproducerevilproducer Posts: 9,040
    edited December 1969

    Stezza said:
    following the ice water challenge...lol

    I did this one for the PC monthly challenge earlier in the month

    Stezza, that is freakin' awesome! Love the water splashing.

  • evilproducerevilproducer Posts: 9,040
    edited December 1969

    Just another Pin-up style picture. Uses the procedural skin shader again. The eyes are not that great. It seems the procedural version of the iris is much more touchy about lighting. They'll either look pretty good or pretty bad.

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  • bighbigh Posts: 8,147
    edited December 1969

    creek 6

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  • SileneUKSileneUK Posts: 1,952
    edited September 2014

    bigh said:
    creek 6

    Bigh, That bear looks hungry! :gulp:

    Thanks Evil for your help on the lighting for this. I learned so much about light domes and how effective and well balanced they can make a scene! Still have masses to learn but am a happier pupil now and soon will have more time to go back to learning to use more basic tools. Just two more jackets to go.

    Erm, this is an alternative universe where there are green Neanderthals. And the shadows on the horse and fur clothing look better in the pdf than here.

    ;) Silene

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  • pimpypimpy Posts: 274
    edited December 1969

    Working with different lights...

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  • evilproducerevilproducer Posts: 9,040
    edited December 1969

    bigh, nice bear! But the question now is, does a bear crap in the woods or on a footbridge?

    Silene, that looks great! Glad I was able to help you out. BTW, that text looks a little blurry. You may want to fix it before you submit it. ;-)

    Pimpy, very cool scene. Love the frogs hopping across the road. Whent through North Dakota once in lizard season. Looked a lot like that, but with more scurrying and no hopping. Still made the same kind of mess.

  • bighbigh Posts: 8,147
    edited December 1969

    bigh, nice bear! But the question now is, does a bear crap in the woods or on a footbridge?

    Silene, that looks great! Glad I was able to help you out. BTW, that text looks a little blurry. You may want to fix it before you submit it. ;-)

    Pimpy, very cool scene. Love the frogs hopping across the road. Whent through North Dakota once in lizard season. Looked a lot like that, but with more scurrying and no hopping. Still made the same kind of mess.

    does it matter :-)

  • SileneUKSileneUK Posts: 1,952
    edited December 1969

    bigh, nice bear! But the question now is, does a bear crap in the woods or on a footbridge?

    Silene, that looks great! Glad I was able to help you out. BTW, that text looks a little blurry. You may want to fix it before you submit it. ;-)

    Pimpy, very cool scene. Love the frogs hopping across the road. Whent through North Dakota once in lizard season. Looked a lot like that, but with more scurrying and no hopping. Still made the same kind of mess.

    Erm... isn't it against TOS to promote books or art here that is for sale elsewhere? :ohh:

    I am going to try your skin shader soon, it's all those layers to apply it that might be intimidating me.

    I'd be the one poo-ing on the footbridge!

    Nice frogs caught in the headlamps, Pimpy... It reminded me of the crabs that do that someplace in the world... but that would be too messy.

    :) Silene

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