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Default 22.04.2012, 15:49

Hi!

I tried the studio for a diorama with a low poly model of our village's church. Still a wip. The aim is for a look and feel like in shaun the sheep
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Default 25.04.2012, 03:17

What a great thread. Lots of fantastic work there.

Thanks for the great test scene David.

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Default Studio testing - 04.11.2012, 01:12

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Default 04.11.2012, 13:23

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graphite is a lighter grey and has a subtle reflection: you could try to use the current black/dark area as alpha for the wooden part and create a semi-metallic shader for the underlying graphite end... what do you think?

Unless they are charcoal pencils.

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Three tips:
1. Slight asymmetry adds realism and makes things interesting.
2. Add a rim light.
3. Bevels add realism to inorganic objects.

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Default 08.11.2012, 21:42

Wow, looks great.

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Default 13.02.2013, 11:25

I made a short video on using the studio here, hope it's of some help http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uO2WyX2ml8Y
   
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