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Default Modeling Challenge - Week 2 - Soap Dispenser - 16.12.2013, 15:52

I'm going to start these at the beginning of each week, that way it's more of the intended weekly challenge. If we have consistent participation I'll be adding a prize. For now these are just for fun, and learning. Please don't hesitate to visit, and try out any of the previous challenges.

As far as the challenge go for modeling accuracy, experiment with shading, give a go at lighting, or make the focus something more your own design. The intent is to give everyone an idea to start from, and a goal. In the world of art, and design the idea is generally the hardest thing.

This weeks challenge is an interesting one. It has an interesting shape. Textures vary across it's surface. It's the start of a theme for the next few weeks.
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Default Blue Raku Soap Dispenser - 18.12.2013, 02:00


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Dang Zoo --- you are a 3D machine - you busted that out FAST!!! Looks great - lots of detail -- and I love your custom look -- Very Nice
   
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Dang Zoo --- you are a 3D machine - you busted that out FAST!!! Looks great - lots of detail -- and I love your custom look -- Very Nice

Thanks Rene, I had to do this one fast because I've got a bunch of stuff to do this week.
I couldn't match the material quickly, so I went custom.

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Thanks Nichod, this is a great way to improve and learn new techniques.

   
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Default 20.12.2013, 19:47

Here's my shot at it.
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Here's my shot at it.

Nice one Uncle, I got a model, and I got materials, but have I got a render? have I **& as like

Hopefully it's coming soon if I can get the darn thing work cohesively.

Keep it up!

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Nice one Uncle, I got a model, and I got materials, but have I got a render? have I **& as like

Hopefully it's coming soon if I can get the darn thing work cohesively.

Keep it up!

Cheers, Pat

Thanks it took me most of the morning. I UV'ed it and did the texture in Gimp.
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This was troublesome for me - unfinished - but a good start
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I've decided to post my model at the end of the week so others can dissect it if they wish.
I couldn't include the cap, because it is huge and made the model to big. That tiny knurling is to blame.

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